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Robbins Brothers Names CEO

Company is also approaching its 100th Anniversary of celebrating couples in love.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LOS ANGELES — Robbins Brothers, The Engagement Ring Store, announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed Marc Friedant as CEO. Friedant will assume day-to-day leadership and strategic visioning of the company.

Andy Heyneman, who served as president and CEO of Robbins Brothers for the past 14 years, has stepped down from the position. Heyneman led the company through economic and market challenges while achieving years of business success.

Friedant’s previous work experience includes president and chief financial officer for Robbins Brothers over the past year and a half. Prior to Robbins Brothers, he occupied positions at Qualawash Holdings, Vogue International, Clement Pappas and Co. and LAGOS as chief financial officer. Friedant has significant experience with consumer product companies in developing and implementing strategic and operational solutions to a wide range of business opportunities and challenges.

“As we approach Robbins Brothers’ 100th anniversary, I am excited to help the company thrive within the new paradigm of retail jewelry sales,” said Friedant. “The passion and commitment of our associates will continue to be the cornerstone of our success, and our purpose and commitment to our guests will remain the same, which is celebrating couples in love for a lifetime.”

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