Do your part to make the waterways cleaner this September 30th as presented by Long Jewelers, the Oceanic Society, and Seiko Prospex.

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, September 20, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Make plans for Saturday, September 30th from 10am-12pm to join in the community, Long Jewelers, the Oceanic Society, and Seiko Prospex to clean up Virginia Beach waterways.

Everyone is invited to participate, but asked to fill out the registration form to let the team know how many people to expect to meet up in the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center parking lot for the event that will last from 10am-12pm. The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center is located at 717 General Booth Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA 23451.

Remember to wear comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing to clean up along the waterways. Having water accessible to stay hydrated is also a great reminder anytime you’re working outside. Be a part of this great community by helping keep it cleaned up for wildlife and for people to continue to enjoy the great outdoors.

Long Jewelers is happy to participate in this lovely event that benefits the area they have called home for decades. As Virginia Beach’s preferred jeweler, they are proud to be trusted sources for fine jewelry and timepieces and as hosts for incredible charity events that benefit their community. Contact their Virginia Beach jewelry store for more information about the event or if they can help with your jewelry or watch needs.

About Long Jewelers

For over 30 years, Long Jewelers has been a retailer of designer wedding bands, engagement rings, Swiss timepieces, and fine jewelry items, and services customers in the Virginia Beach, Virginia area. Under the leadership of founder and president David Long, Long Jewelers has come to boast the largest jewelry showroom in Virginia, has been featured in magazines such as Town & Country and InStyle, and has been voted the “Best of the Beach,” more than 20 times. For questions concerning products, sales, services, or onsite jewelry repair, visit, or call (757)-498-1186 for more information.

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