Because of the high demand, pieces sell out very fast
(PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Back by popular demand, Diamond Nexus is pleased to announce the return of E-Steals. The exclusive sale email link will go live at 12pm CST on Thursday, April 4th, 2013.
Diamond Nexus Facebook fans will get a 2 hour headstart on the sale, being given the link to the sale at 10am CST so customers should make sure to visit the site and like their fan page before the sale notification begins. The carefully selected pieces will be available in limited quantities, while supplies last.
"I wanted the first re-introduction of pieces to be great for any woman's spring wardrobe," explains Jackie Leibham who works in Product Development for Diamond Nexus, and is the curator for E-Steals. "There are gorgeous pops of color and very delicate pave pieces, all mixed together in a variety of metals," states Leibham. "There is sure to be something for everyone, all at unbelievable prices."
"This will be the 3rd year running that Diamond Nexus has offered this notorious deal, and has gained quite the cult-like following," explains Kyle Blades, Director of Marketing for Diamond Nexus. "We see the biggest demand for it through our Facebook fans. E-Steals is an amazing chance to save big on one of a kind and customized pieces that can't be regularly found on our website," states Blades. "Because of the high demand, pieces sell out very fast."
Diamond Nexus was founded in 2004 with the purpose of bringing to the public the powerful benefits of the lab-created diamond simulant revolution. They have over 250,000 customers worldwide that have awarded them an "A+" rating with the BBB, and are the ninth largest online jewelry retailer in America according to the 2011 IR500 list. For three years in a row brides from The Knot have selected them as their Best of Jeweler. Diamond Nexus currently has two retail locations: their flagship store at Woodfield Mall in suburban Chicago, Illinois, and a second store at Mayfair Mall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 2009 the company was named the official jeweler and crown maker of the Miss Universe Organization as part of NBC/Universal's "Green is Universal" environmental initiative.