Firenze Jewels extends our deepest condolences to all those affected by this devastating tragedy in Japan.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 17, 2011
Firenze Jewels' Jeffrey Levin, together with the New York City 47th Street Business Improvement District announced a relief effort aiding the victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11th. The 47th St BID works with businesses in the New York City Diamond District area. They are trying to organize with as many of the 2,600 businesses to donate $1 per sale to the American Red Cross Japanese Earthquake Relief Fund. The relief effort is expected to last until the end of April.
As a major supplier of pearls to the American market and the fourth largest market in the world for American jewelry exports, Japan has played an integral role within the jewelry industry as well as the New York City Diamond District for decades.
"Firenze Jewels extends our deepest condolences to all those affected by this devastating tragedy in Japan," said Jeffrey Levin, owner of Firenze Jewels, Inc. and Chairman of the Board of the Business Improvement District of 47th Street. "The magnitude of the earthquake is unprecedented. We are thankful to all businesses in the area looking to get involved and we hope our joint contributions play a small roll in rebuilding their lives and pulling through the many struggles ahead," he added.
About Firenze Jewels
Located in the heart of the New York Diamond District and jewelers since 1937, Firenze Jewels houses the world's leading jewelry designers, hand crafted engagement rings, fine diamond wedding bands and an extensive selection of G.I.A. certified loose diamonds. For more information, please visit http://www.FirenzeJewels.com.
Firenze Jewels, Inc.
15 W. 47th St., #4
New York, NY 10036