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Nick Cannon Explores Modern Love, Diamonds in New Video for Industry — Take a Look

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It’s part of the “Real Is Rare” campaign.

Nick Cannon, the host of America’s Got Talent and Wild ‘N Out, explores modern love — and diamonds — in the newly released “docu-short” titled Why Real Is Rare.

Nick Cannon Explores Modern Love, Diamonds in New Video for Industry — Take a Look

Tapped by the Diamond Producers Association (DPA) to study relationships and help unlock the magic and mystery behind finding “the real thing,” Cannon looks into the lives of six couples to reveal new truths about human connection and commitment in the modern age.

Nick Cannon Explores Modern Love, Diamonds in New Video for Industry — Take a Look

“We share stories about the standout moments … that shaped their relationships, the challenges they’ve faced, and their unique take on why their commitment is the real deal,” said Cannon. “Everyone loves in a different way, but they were all searching for something more genuine, and they found it in each other.”

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The “docu-short,” which runs 3:18, can be seen on the “Real Is a Diamond” YouTube channel as well as the DPA website.

Nick Cannon Explores Modern Love, Diamonds in New Video for Industry — Take a Look

It’s part of a new integrated campaign that marks a dramatic departure from traditional diamond marketing. The campaign invites consumers to take a fresh look at diamonds as an ideal symbol of authentic, meaningful connection and commitment. “Real is Rare. Real is a Diamond” is the diamond industry’s first category campaign in almost a decade.

“This campaign explores the delta between being connected and having a connection,” said Deborah Marquardt, Chief Marketing Officer of the DPA. “It’s common today to have hundreds, if not thousands, of connections. People are ‘connected’ online 24/7 but the ability to find someone special and have a genuine emotional, physical and spiritual connection with them feels more rare than ever before. The moments when couples realize ‘this is it’ are as precious and individual as a diamond itself.”

Check out the “docu-short” below.

Credits: Screen captures via YouTube.com; Photo source: Diamond Producers Association.

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HOWARD COHEN is the Shoreham, NY-based editor of The Jeweler Blog, a daily blog ghost-written for retail jewelers. Cohen, a long-time industry veteran, is dedicated to making social media tasks simple and affordable for every jeweler. For more information, visit thejewelerblog.com or contact Cohen at 631-821- 8867, [email protected] Websites: thejewelerblog.com,thejewelerblog.wordpress.com.

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