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RhondaJacobson, who co-founded Cumberland Diamond Exchange with her husband and serves as vice president of human resources and graduate gemologist of the Cumberland Boulevard business, said she was shocked by the honor and surprised by the family members, friends and staff of the business who revealed themselves after she was announced as the award winner. Her involvement in the community includes service as a member of the WellStar Foundation Board of Trustees and as a board member for liveSAFE Resources, which runs the only domestic violence shelter in Cobb County. She is also chair-elect of liveSAFE.
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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. Each year, 24 Karat Club SEUS selects one store from a multitude of extremely qualified nominees. CDE was chosen for their dedication and love of the jewelry industry, and commitment to civic duties above and beyond their service as retail jewelry store.
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The Small Business of the Year awards were established in 1982 to honor the significant role that small businesses play in the Cobb community and economy. In 2004, the Top 25 small businesses were also showcased as the exceptional companies that keep Cobb influential and thriving. Cumberland Diamond Exchange has been in the Top 25 for 3 consecutive years (2013, 2014, 2015). This year Cumberland Diamond Exchange was recognized as the 2015 Cobb Chamber Business of the year.
Read More: Marietta Daily Journal: ‘The community jeweler that gives back’: Cumberland Diamond Exchange named the 2015 Small Business of the Year
Cumberland Diamond Exchange was honored on April 3, 2015 for their years of support of the American Cancer Society's Pink Ribbon Golf Classic.
A special presentation was made to CDE's owners Rhonda and Mark Jacobson by the society. Each year, they have designed a special one-of-kind piece for ACS's live auction as well as a charity charm that they sell in the store and donate 50 percent to the Pink Ribbon Golf Classic. Last year, the piece raised $1,500+.
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Rhonda and Mark Jacobson, owners of Cumberland Diamond Exchange, were honored during the 14th Annual Hearing Children's Voices Gala and Auction benefiting SafePath Children's Advocacy Center. They received an award for their commitment and dedicated service to the community.
This year's theme was The Wizard of Cause; CDE donated ruby slipper ring holders and gift cards for each table, 150 ruby slipper jeweled enamel trinket boxes, and a Wizard of Cause whimsical 14k gold antique charm with necklace. The charm contains 18.6 grams of gold and is valued at $3,000 retail.
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The Sam Olens Business Community Service Award, presented by the Cobb Chamber and Georgia Trend magazine, recognizes deserving businesses for their service to the community through support of not-for-profit organizations. Any Cobb Chamber business member, large or small, that has given back to the Cobb community is eligible for nomination.
Cumberland Diamond Exchange was nominated by SafePath Children's Advocacy Center.
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In 1982, the Small Business of the Year awards were established to honor the important role that small businesses play in the Cobb community and the economy. In 2004, the Top 25 small business were also showcased as the exceptional companies that keep Cobb influential and thriving. By 2012, the Small Business Hall of Fame was created to shine a spotlight on the growing number of businesses that continue to set the standard for small businesses very high. Cumberland Diamond Exchange has been inthe Top 25 for 3 consecutive years (2013, 2014, 2015).
Read More: Cumberland Diamond Exchange named to county’s Top 25 Small Businesses list
Atlanta Jewelry Show Recognized "Cumberland Diamond Exchange's Rhonda Jacobson" For Taking Extra Steps Toward Professional Development
Rhonda Jacobson of Cumberland Diamond Exchange has been awarded SJTA Certified Jeweler status by the Atlanta Jewelry Show, the nations' premier Trade Show for independent jewelers. Designed to enhance the professionalism and to expand the knowledge base of retail jewelers, the Atlanta Jewelry Show's Certified Jeweler program recognizes those dedicated retailers interested in advancing their businesses by participating in the full range of educational and professional development programs in the Atlanta Jewelry Show offers.
Read More: Rhonda Jacobson Of Cumberland Diamond Exchange Achieves SJTA Certified Jeweler Status
Cumberland Diamond Exchange Shop Manager and Master Jeweler Patrick O'Brien was recently awarded the 2009 Scholarship Award by the Twenty-Four Karat Club of the Southeastern United States. The black tie event took place Aug. 8 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. O'Brien was chosen to receive the Jewelers Award due to his desire to further his education and attain personal achievement.
Read More: Marietta Daily Journal: Local jeweler honored with award
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