A special-edition Dan Marino watch helps a special cause
One lucky football fan is sporting a piece of the game on his wrist courtesy of the Graham-London Silverstone Stowe Dan Marino special edition watch. The distinctive blue-and-orange watch features a 48-mm steel case, a sporty orange-accented black band, Marino’s iconic number 13 in the sub-seconds dial and a signature from Marino himself on the back.
Levinson Jewelers and Graham-London donated the unique timepiece for a charity auction at the 11th annual Dan Marino Cigar & Wine Dinner, which helped raise over $40,000 for the Dan Marino Foundation, designed to benefit children with special needs.
“It was a wonderful evening with a group of people who really care about the Dan Marino Foundation,” said Robin Levinson, co-owner of the Fort Lauderdale jeweler. “[We are] proud to have supported the Dan Marino Foundation by raising hundreds of thousands of dollars through the years,” added co-owner Mark Levinson. “We believe in the mission of the Foundation and all of their team. They make magic happen for all the children they serve at the Center.”
The Dan Marino Foundation has raised over $31 million to date, helping to fund medical research, the Miami Children’s Hospital Dan Marino Center and various programs.
— Valerie Nahmad Schimel