Diamonds International is Offering Free Jewelry on Web Site

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ShopDI.com is now offering select bracelets, earrings and necklaces for free - no strings attached.

We know that with the rising cost of gas, food and other basic essentials, most people don't have much left in their budget for jewelry.

With a recession looming and the credit markets in a crunch, Americans have less and less money to spend on luxury items like jewelry. Diamonds International is currently offering free bracelets, earrings and necklaces on their web site, ShopDI.com, for those who are strapped for cash but still want to sparkle.

Anyone who wishes to claim their free jewelry can go to http://www.shopdi.com/Free-Jewelry/ca/fj.cfm and place an order using ShopDI.com's fast, secure online checkout. There are no strings attached - customers pay only $3.45 shipping and handling, and satisfaction is always guaranteed.

"We're just trying to show our customers that we appreciate their business," says Isaac Klugmann, Vice President of Direct Sales for Diamonds International's Internet Department. "We know that with the rising cost of gas, food and other basic essentials, most people don't have much left in their budget for jewelry." Klugmann hopes that consumers will take advantage of the ShopDI.com free jewelry offer, and return to the company when they are ready to make their next fine jewelry purchase.

About Diamonds International/ShopDI.com

Diamonds International was established in 1986 and now has more than 125 locations throughout the USA, Mexico and the Caribbean. The company also operates a successful online store, ShopDI.com. The founders of Diamonds International are both graduates of the Gemological Institute of America. They personally oversee every aspect of the company's daily operations, and source stones from the world's largest diamond mines, allowing them to offer beautiful jewelry -- at the best possible value -- directly to the public.

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