Allentown Tag | The Ring Finders

Metal detecting excitement in Allentown, Reading and Central Pennsylvania

from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)
Contact: 1-610-207-8677

After a long winter season, I am excited to get back to metal detecting. While doing some research this winter, I came across the RingFinders.com website. After reviewing the service, I immediately knew I had to join. Because I thoroughly enjoy making people happy and I have been metal detecting for years, I knew this would be a perfect fit for me.

It began last summer when I was asked to find a friends wedding ring after loosing it in a field when he was going down a water slide. After about twenty minutes of searching with my ATPro,  I got a great hit and found his ring. It was so exciting to see his expression that it just made my day. I am now working on finding another ring that was lost last summer.

As a retired Air Force veteran, I am available almost anytime to travel and find your lost treasures. A potion of any monetary rewards that I receive will be donated to my church or the Crohns & Colitis Foundation. I look forward to the opportunity of reuniting people to their lost treasure in Central and Eastern Pennsylvania and beyond.

 

 

Glad to join The Ring Finders.

from Cumberland County (Pennsylvania, United States)
Contact: 610-509-1574

I’m very excited to be joining The Ring Finders.  I’m looking forward to being able to help anyone who has lost something valuable to them in central or eastern Pennsylvania, or even parts of northern Maryland.  If in doubt, contact me and I’ll try my best to help you out.  It doesn’t need to be a ring.  I could help if you lost or are interested in any of the following:

  • Lost jewelry
  • Lost keys (those remote entry fobs are expensive)
  • Moving from your house and want to see if you left something behind
  • Have an interesting or historic property and want to learn more about it
  • Insurance companies – need help finding a lost item for their client
  • Historical societies – have a project to recover and display historical items
  • Recovering buried coins (at a point in our history, people didn’t trust banks and would bury money on their property)

Thanks to Chris for providing this great service for people who have lost something and those who have a passion for metal detecting!