King Jewelers participates in the Go Red for Women Luncheon
Friday, April 12th, marked the first year King Jewelers partnered with the American Heart Association for their GO RED FOR WOMEN Luncheon held at Opryland Hotel and Convention Center. Before the luncheon, guest were able to take part in a few activities and workshops from health screenings to learning CPR.
Many businesses were present in support for the Go Red for Women movement with booths showcasing their products and services. Roberto Coin was our featured brand at this event that drew a crowd of about 500 women who were also able to hear from keynote speaker, American swimmer and Olympic gold medalist, Dana Vollmer and her mother Cathy who shared Dana’s story of being a heart disease survivor.
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About Go Red for Women
Go Red for Women encourages awareness of the issues of women and heart disease, and also action to save more lives. The movement harnesses the energy, passion and power women have to band together and collectively wipe out heart disease. For more information please visit the official Go Red for Women site at http://www.nashvillegoesred.org/.
About Go Red Charm Bracelets & King Jewelers
King Jewelers has teamed up with our local Go Red for Women in Nashville, Tennessee to design and manufacture gorgeous charm bracelets to help raise funds that assist the organization in their overall mission. The official Go Red Charm Bracelets are classic and timeless, designed in sterling silver with a round-link bracelet and toggle clasp featuring a dangling 10th Anniversary Go Red charm. The Go Red charms are handmade in sterling silver, then hand-painted with durable red-enamel. Subtle details of the charms include 10th Anniversary engraving and heart-shaped cut outs along the border. All proceeds to benefit the American Heart Association.
The official Go Red Charm Bracelets are available for sale exclusively on-line at www.Kings1912.com or in-store at King Jewelers located at 4121 Hillsboro Road in the Green Hills area of Nashville, Tennessee.