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Luxury Cruise Port Retailer Supports Caribbean After Devastating Hurricanes

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Since Hurricanes Maria and Irma devastated parts of the Eastern Caribbean in September 2017 the region has been busy getting back to business. One of the popular stores in Caribbean cruise ports is Diamond International, cruisers can often be seen finding a good deal on jewelry and more.

In response, Caribbean luxury retailer Diamonds International is raising awareness and financial support through the ‘Help rebuild the Caribbean’ relief effort this holiday season, and tapping into its extremely high-volume traffic from tourists and cruise ship passengers to help.

Albert Gad, Chairman & CEO of Diamonds International, said:

“We experienced Hurricane Irma’s devastation first-hand; 80% of the Diamonds International family lives in the affected regions, and many of them were directly impacted. We are so thankful that our employees and company survived, but the need is still strong.”

“We all love the Caribbean, millions of people visit regularly and it’s time to give back. This is our way of giving back to the important people and countries that helped us grow into what Diamonds International is today.”

For $10, shoppers will receive two collectible Diamonds International Charity Charms that are unique to each Caribbean islands, and a complimentary Diamonds International charm bracelet. 100% of Charity Charm sales are donated directly to GlobalGiving, a global leader in disaster relief & recovery with more than 3,000 vetted local partners on-the-ground in over 170 countries.

Diamonds International has 125 retail locations across 26 Caribbean islands and is the leading diamond & fine jewelry retailer in the Caribbean tax & duty-free market. Cruise Line will often provide great deals in partnership with the retailer for cruise passengers only.

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