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SOURCE: Broken Promises
Following an article detailing useful free apps for wedding planning, The Broken Promises Coalition releases a statement.
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) October 08, 2012
On October 8, 2012, The Broken Promises Coalition released a statement following an article detailing useful free apps for wedding planning.
According to The Huffington Post, “The wedding of your dreams might cost you a pretty penny, but planning it doesn't have to.” According to the article, there are five free and incredibly useful applications for smartphones and mobile devices that allow marrying couples to provide guests with a countdown to the big day, give directions to the venue, and share photos taken at the wedding immediately. Some apps, such as one called The Perfect Wedding Guide allow “couples to manage their guest lists, organize pre-wedding activities, find local vendors and even find deals on wedding-related services and items.”
Clay Darrohn, Broken Promises representative, stated, “As an organization dedicated to the importance of marriage as a lasting commitment, we believe that the fact that there are new app and social media platforms dedicated to weddings and marriage is a clear indicator that the rest of the world values this lifelong commitment as well as a timeless tradition. This is one reason why we are urging retailers of tungsten carbide wedding rings to demonstrate their same respect and value for this commitment by creating products designed to last a lifetime and disclosing honest information about their rings.”
Tungsten carbide was recently acknowledged by the Jewelers of America as not a metal, but rather a composite, stating, “Unlike other precious metals like platinum, gold, or sterling silver, tungsten carbide will shatter not bend if exposed to a high impact blow.” However, tungsten carbide is often advertised as being indestructible, driving the Broken Promises Coalition to inform the public regarding the contemporary wedding ring material and calling upon the bridal jewelry industry to disclose honest information. The coalition invites anyone who believes in marriage, vows, and love to sign their petition to demand honesty from jewelry retailers.
Broken Promises was established in April of 2012 and is a group of concerned consumers dedicated to spreading information about the brittle nature of tungsten rings with brides and grooms to-be.
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