Couple finds lost wedding ring after 5 years

It was five years ago when Dave lost his wedding band ring Vail Mountain, but he did not lose Sue. But  yesterday, Dave and his wedding band gain saw each other, with Sue. In a statement, on Wednesday, Vail Resorts stated: “We’re so excited to announce that we found the owner of the missing wedding ring.”
Sue and David, whose last names were not made public, got married thirty-two years ago. David lost his wedding band near the Vail Mountain top under the Sourdough Lift just 5 years ago. A lift maintenance worker at the Vail Resorts was walking this season under Sourdough Lift and saw the band on the ground. Very soon, the story circulated in the media.
In a few days, over one million people went through the story. In fact, the ski company also mentioned that in the social mediums. It appeared to be the husband’s wedding ring and it narrowed the field to an extent. There was also an inscription that says: “All my love, Sue.” There was also a date that was inscribed inside the wedding band, but the company did not reveal the date. Those were the data they were using to find out the person whether the right person is claiming it or not.
Vail Mountain communications director Liz Biebl told that they had few incorrect guesses, but finally Sue and David identified the ring.

It was five years ago when Dave lost his wedding band ring Vail Mountain, but he did not lose Sue. But  yesterday, Dave and his wedding band gain saw each other, with Sue. In a statement, on Wednesday, Vail Resorts stated: “We’re so excited to announce that we found the owner of the missing wedding ring.”

Sue and David, whose last names were not made public, got married thirty-two years ago. David lost his wedding band near the Vail Mountain top under the Sourdough Lift just 5 years ago. A lift maintenance worker at the Vail Resorts was walking this season under Sourdough Lift and saw the band on the ground. Very soon, the story circulated in the media.

In a few days, over one million people went through the story. In fact, the ski company also mentioned that in the social mediums. It appeared to be the husband’s wedding ring and it narrowed the field to an extent. There was also an inscription that says: “All my love, Sue.” There was also a date that was inscribed inside the wedding band, but the company did not reveal the date. Those were the data they were using to find out the person whether the right person is claiming it or not.

Vail Mountain communications director Liz Biebl told that they had few incorrect guesses, but finally Sue and David identified the ring.

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