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Rahaminov Diamonds Raises Over $60,000 for Jewelers for Children

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The team participated in the Metric Century ride.

(Press Release) LOS ANGELES – On Saturday, Oct. 21, Team Rahaminov Diamonds participated in the Metric Century ride in Solvang, CA. The team announced that it raised over $60,000 to support Jewelers for Children, exceeding its initial goal of $36,000.

The event kicked off with a breakfast for the riders which began at 8 a.m. All 14 riders made it to the finish line and celebrated together with Casamigos Tequila.

Amir Goldfiner, CEO of Rahaminov Diamonds and team leader, said, “We’re extremely happy to present Jewelers for Children with the money we’ve raised! We know that these funds will touch the lives of many children. I would also like to personally thank Forevermark Diamonds for sponsoring our uniforms and for their generous contribution. We looked fierce! We all trained extremely hard for this ride and I am very proud of what we have accomplished together!”

For more information or to donate, visit this FirstGiving page.

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