I was just finishing dinner on a beautiful summer evening when I received a call from Randy who had lost his wedding ring at a subdivision beach in Novi, Michigan.
While Randy was swimming he left his belongings, including his platinum wedding ring, on a towel in a grassy area by the beach. When he returned for his towel he accidentally flipped the ring into the grass. Since he saw it fly off the towel he was confident he knew where it was and that he could find the ring.
After almost two hours of searching Randy started calling everyone he could think of who might own a metal detector. Unsuccessful at locating a detector he could borrow, he tried the internet. Lucky for Randy, the Ringfinder web site led him to my phone number.
Since I live close, it only took me about fifteen minutes to reach the beach where Randy pointed out the spot he last saw his ring.
It took less than five minutes to find the ring. There it was hiding in the grass.
This could be a record. Randy had his ring back on his finger 30 minutes after calling for help from theringfinders.com.