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Rahaminov Diamonds Taps Ford Model to Star in New Ad Campaign

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LOS ANGELES — Rahaminov Diamonds, the luxury jewelry design house, has announced that a top Ford model will appear in its new advertising and marketing campaign launching in May.

The chic and graceful brunette beauty, adorned in various diamond creations by Tamara Rahaminov Goldfiner, will debut in leading jewelry trade and select consumer lifestyle magazine ads nationwide. The company’s new print and digital ads were shot in one day on location in Los Angeles by luxury lifestyle director/videographer/photographer Jan Lim. The Ford model is coming to Las Vegas on Friday, June 3 for opening day of the JCK Show and will be at the Rahaminov booth, LUX 921.

“As the elegant, new face of Rahaminov Diamonds, our model embodies the educated, strong and self-assured modern woman,” says Amir Goldfiner, CEO and president of Rahaminov Diamonds.

The advertising and marketing initiative is focused on the premise that Rahaminov’s diamonds are wearable assets, designed by women for women. Rahaminov Diamonds sells exclusively to the trade.

For more information about Rahaminov Diamonds’ advertising and marketing programs, or to schedule an appointment for Luxury/JCK, contact Melanie Goldfiner (800) 742-8864 or email [email protected]

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