DNA2Diamonds to Announce Memorial Diamond Affiliate Program
DNA2Diamonds, a premier creator of GIA-certified diamonds custom created from personal carbon, is set to announce the expansion of its Memorial Diamond Affiliate Program at the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA) Show.
The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, in San Antonio, Texas will be hosting the show from March 10th ? 13th, 2010. During the show, DNA2Diamonds will be speaking with representatives from various corporations to introduce the DNA2Diamond Memorial Diamond Affiliate Program.
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association is the only international trade association representing all segments of the cemetery, funeral service, cremation and memorialization profession. Founded in 1887 as the Association of American Cemetery Superintendents, the organization was created by a group of 18 cemeterians whose goal was to improve the appearance and operations of their properties. Today, the ICCFA is composed of more than 7,400 cemeteries, funeral homes, crematories, memorial designers and related businesses worldwide.
?The ICCFA show provides DNA2Diamonds an opportunity to introduce memorial diamonds to ICCFA members and other show attendees. We would like attendees to know that we can provide cremation diamonds, cremation jewelry and memorial diamonds which we create from a lock of hair or a small amount of cremated remains. These unique memorials are lab grown diamonds from the personal carbon source of one or more family members (even the family pet), which makes them not only an exceptional way to memorialize someone, but it also means they are unlike any other diamond in the world,? said Tom Bischoff, President of DNA2Diamonds.
?This unique memorial is also unlike any other memorial offering previously available. Not many consumers are aware of this option and it can be a simple way to increase revenue for funeral home owners, cremation providers, or even pre-need. Our customers love our memorial diamonds, not only because they?re a tangible memorial, but because they forever contain the essence of their loved ones and encase the closeness of their memories.?
DNA2Diamonds creates genuine, GIA-certified diamonds that are made from the signature carbon turning ashes into diamonds from a lock of hair or cremated remains, in 70 days or less. DNA2Diamonds keepsake memorial diamonds can be created in various cuts and colors of stunning red, brilliant yellow-green, warm cognac and dazzling blue. These personal diamonds are available in sizes ranging from 0.25 carats to 2.0 carats and can be set into a ring, bracelet, and earrings or worn as a pendant. They are one-of-a-kind heirlooms to be treasured for generations to come.
To find out more about our Memorial Diamond Affiliate Program, or to purchase a signature carbon memorial diamond today, please visit our booth #238 at the ICCFA show, visit our website at http://www.dna2diamonds.com or call DNA2Diamonds direct at 888-335-3630.
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