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SOURCE: Broken Promises
Following an article detailing essential pre-wedding planning advice from author Diane Farr, the Broken Promises Coalition releases a statement in response.
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
On October 5, 2012, The Broken Promises Coalition releases a statement responding to an article detailing essential pre-wedding planning advice from author Diane Farr.
According to Diane Farr, author of Kissing Outside the Lines, “No one really warns you that after that magical minute and a half where you and your partner decide to make a lifelong, legally-binding, love-based commitment, a whole mess of other people get involved. And they can really put a damper on things.” Farr offers meaningful advice that she deems essential to any marrying couple to ensure that their big day focuses on them as a couple.
Clay Darrohn, Broken Promises representative, states, “We fully agree that a bride and groom should focus on their life goals and needs for their marriage. The coalition believes that the major focus of marriage should be on the couple. This is why we are also imploring the bridal jewelry industry, specifically retailers of tungsten carbide wedding rings, to begin considering their products as a symbol of a lifelong commitment between two people and hold it to a higher standard.”
Tungsten carbide was recently acknowledged by the Jewelers of America as a composite and not a metal, stating, “Unlike other precious metals like platinum, gold, or sterling silver, tungsten carbide will shatter not bend if exposed to a high impact blow.” Tungsten carbide is often advertised as being indestructible, driving the Broken Promises Coalition to inform the public regarding this farce contemporary wedding ring material and calling upon the bridal jewelry industry to disclose honest information. The coalition invites anyone who believes in marriage, vows and love to sign their petition to demand honesty from jewelry retailers.
Broken Promises was founded in April of 2012 and is a group of concerned consumers dedicated to sharing information about the brittle nature of tungsten rings with brides and grooms to-be.
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