Adding to last week's festivities and the unveiling of the team's World Championship Ring, Eagles Autism Challenge, Inc. is excited to announce a special sweepstakes that will present one lucky fan with an official World Championship Ring.
Through the Eagles World Championship Ring Sweepstakes, Eagles fans can enter for a chance to win a personalized version of the ring that Eagles players were presented with in honor of the team's Super Bowl LII victory. All entries can be submitted by visiting www.prizeo.com/EaglesRing. Proceeds from the sweepstakes will go toward advancing autism research through Eagles Autism Challenge, Inc.
"This has truly been one of the most remarkable seasons in franchise history," said Ryan Hammond, Eagles Autism Challenge Executive Director. "From winning our first Lombardi Trophy to raising more than $2.5 million for innovative autism research, our fans have supported us every step of the way. The Eagles World Championship Ring Sweepstakes will present one lucky Eagles fan with a once-in-a-lifetime keepsake, while directing much-needed funds to a cause that affects the lives of so many in our communities."
The Eagles World Championship Ring Sweepstakes is underway and ends Sunday, September 30th at 11:59 PM ET. Eagles fans can enter by making a donation to Eagles Autism Challenge, Inc., starting at $10 for 100 entries. Fans who submit 2,500 entries or more will receive unique incentives such as: a photo op with Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles and the Lombardi Trophy; Super Bowl LII and Eagles Autism Challenge autographed memorabilia; and more.
Designed by Jostens, the leading provider of custom, hand-crafted jewelry for professional sports teams, the Eagles World Championship Ring is made of 10-karat white gold and features 219 diamonds and 17 genuine green sapphires with a total weight of 9.15 carats. The ring top features the Eagle head logo, set atop the Vince Lombardi Trophy and custom-cut, genuine green baguette sapphires surrounded by 52 intricate pavé-set diamonds.
The bezel of the ring features a waterfall of 127 diamonds, paying tribute to one of the most memorable moments in franchise history – "The Philly Special." The 127 diamonds represent the combined jersey numbers of three key players involved in the play –Trey Burton (88), Corey Clement (30), and Nick Foles (9). Four round, genuine green sapphires adorn the corners of the base of the ring and symbolize the team's four NFL Championships – three World Championships (1948, 1949, 1960) and one Super Bowl Championship (2017).
The left side of the ring will feature the sweepstakes winner's name set above an end zone view silhouette of Lincoln Financial Field, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles. The inclusion of the stadium is a symbolic tribute to the passionate and dedicated fan base that has supported the team since its formation in 1933.
On Thursday night, the Philadelphia Eagles were awarded their Super Bowl LII Championship Rings. Check out all the photos from an incredible ceremony, which was followed by a performance from Meek Mill.