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GN Diamond named 2022 RJO Vendor of the Year for Loose Goods, 2nd Year in a Row

“We are so humbled to have been voted Vendor of the Year for Loose Goods by RJO members for 2022. Thank you RJO members!”

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GN Diamond named 2022 RJO Vendor of the Year for Loose Goods, 2nd Year in a Row

(PRESS RELEASE) GN Diamond, an industry leader for finished diamond jewelry and for both loose, lab (now with one of the strongest lab inventories in the industry of over 6,500) and natural diamonds has earned for the 2nd year in a row the 2022 Vendor of the Year by the Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO) in the category of Loose Goods. The RJO awards are selected by the retail membership and are given to draw attention and award outstanding members for excellence in sales, service and support.

“Every morning I tell my team the most important asset of this company is the employees I have that make up GN”, says Asaf Herskovitz, CEO for GN. Our team strives hard each and every day to consistently, provide the best customer service in the industry and to build long lasting relationships with our retail partners. “We are so humbled to have been voted Vendor of the Year for Loose Goods by RJO members for 2022. Thank you RJO members!”

GN Diamond is open7 days a week. Feel free to reach us at 800-724-8810, [email protected] or here.

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