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Largest Internet Supplier of Eternity Rings Pledges 10% of their Profits to the National Breast Cancer Foundation
Date:4/30/2010

ned to help women and men take advantage of early detection services such as free mammograms. Corporate sponsorships are critical in furthering and strengthening the foundation’s mission to implement research and provide services. According to case studies shown on the National Breast Cancer Foundation web site, corporate donations, over the past five years have exceeded $7,000,000. “There will be women alive this time next year because of these efforts," said Janelle Hail, National Breast Cancer Foundation founder after receiving a check in the amount of $300,000 from one of the foundation’s long-time sponsors.

Pink ribbons and jewelry have become the symbol of breast cancer awareness, and Eternity Rings Forever is sponsoring a drive dedicated to supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission by donating 10% of Eternity Rings Forever profits from the sale of every Pink Sapphire Eternity Ring. “We want to align our company with a worthy cause”, said David Bertrand, Eternity Rings Forever founder. Mr. Bertrand continues, “During our grand opening, we have significantly reduced the price on all of our rings, in addition to donating 10% of our profit from the sale of all pink sapphire and pink sapphire with diamond eternity rings.”

For more information about Eternity Rings Forever and to view its collection of over 5,000 eternity rings in stock, visit www.EternityRingsForever.com. Media Contact: Marlene Bertrand, VP Marketing for Eternity Rings Forever, a subsidiary of Global Investments, Inc., 888-206-9960, VP(at)EternityRingsForever(dot)com

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