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Cumberland Diamond Exchange donates $2,200 to help prevent veteran suicides (MDJ)

Cumberland Diamond Exchange donates $2,200 to help prevent veteran suicides (MDJ)

In support of the Shepherd’s Men 2017 run from Shanksville, Pennsylvania, to Atlanta, Cumberland Diamond Exchange donated $2,200 to help stop veteran suicides on May 12. From May 22 through May 29, 16 warriors are running 22km per day from Shanksville to Atlanta, supporting the treatment of PTSD and traumatic brain injury...

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From Elvis to Cher (MDJ)

From Elvis to Cher (MDJ)

By Bill Hendrick (Marietta Daily Journal Correspondent) Treasures from Hollywood's past for sale in Cumberland

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Cobb Life Magazine's 2017 "Best of Cobb" - Cumberland Diamond Exchange Voted "Best Jeweler"

Cobb Life Magazine's 2017 "Best of Cobb" - Cumberland Diamond Exchange Voted "Best Jeweler"

The following excerpt was published in Cobb Life Magazine's "Best of Cobb" article on Sunday, January 8th, 2017.  "What began in 1982 as a small loose diamond and engagement ring specialist with only two employees working out of a rented showroom has evolved into a ...

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Cumberland Diamond Exchange hosts 35th Holiday Celebration  (MDJ)

Cumberland Diamond Exchange hosts 35th Holiday Celebration (MDJ)

The following article was published in the Marietta Daily Journal on Friday, November 25th, 2016 Cumberland Diamond Exchange hosted its 35th Holiday Celebration at SOHO Atlanta on Sunday, November 20th. Invited guests were asked to bring non-perishable food items to support the YWCA of Northwest ...

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Cumberland Diamond Exchange Named "Jeweler of the Year" for the Southeastern United States

Cumberland Diamond Exchange Named "Jeweler of the Year" for the Southeastern United States

The 24 Karat Club Southeastern United States (SEUS) hosted its 42nd annual black-tie banquet at the elegant Atlanta Country Club last night; Cumberland Diamond Exchange (CDE) received the coveted "Jeweler of the Year" award for the Southeastern United States.

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When Business and Family Merge (Cobb In Focus)

When Business and Family Merge (Cobb In Focus)

An excerpt from the July issue of Cobb In Focus Magazine:  

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 Making a Statement of Love: Mother’s Day Gift Ideas - Marietta Daily Journal (MDJ)

Making a Statement of Love: Mother’s Day Gift Ideas - Marietta Daily Journal (MDJ)

Whether celebrating your own mother, the mother of your children or a mother figure in your life, jewelry is always the perfect Mother’s Day gift. Cumberland Diamond Exchange, a locally-owned, well-known fine jewelry retailer has some special, on-trend gift ideas for this year’s special day.

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A Magical Evening - Marietta Daily Journal (MDJ)

A Magical Evening - Marietta Daily Journal (MDJ)

On Saturday, March 5, the Robert and Polly Dunn Foundation presented the 15th Annual Hearing Children’s Voices Gala at the Cobb Galleria Centre beginning at 6 p.m. The gala, benefiting SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center, was Disney-themed When You Wish Upon a Star. SafePath provides a neutral, child friendly environment where professionals and agencies utilize a multi-disciplinary team approach to alleged child abuse cases.

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Making Spirits Bright: CDE Holiday Celebration Supports YWCA of NW GA

Making Spirits Bright: CDE Holiday Celebration Supports YWCA of NW GA

Cumberland Diamond Exchange hosted its 34th Holiday Celebration at Soho Restaurant on Sunday, November 22nd. Invited guests were asked to bring non-perishable food items to support the YWCA of Northwest Georgia, which is committed to delivering programs and services that increase the awareness and reduce ...

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Huffington Post Weddings - Putting Your Stamp On It: Elements of YOU on Your Wedding Day

Huffington Post Weddings - Putting Your Stamp On It: Elements of YOU on Your Wedding Day

By Kristen Rocco, founder of www.LoveNotery.com. Professional love storyteller who documents the extraordinary love stories of couples and creates custom-written love keepsakes.  In yesteryear (is that a word I really just used?!), weddings were pretty straightforward. There was the cake, flowers, venue, decor, and music. Brides ...

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