Latest Rings Stories

2012-01-17 08:00:00

Mens-Wedding-Rings (http://www.mens-wedding-rings.com), the online source for men´s wedding bands and rings, is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members, both from Nox Graphics, to their growing lineup of online marketing pros. A new creative director, front-end developer and graphic designer, Roxanne Theodoroff, and an experienced programmer, Tom Mintun, will lend their expertise to the development and design of Mens-Wedding-Rings.com. These new additions to the MWR...

2011-12-27 08:00:00

Mens-Wedding-Rings (http://www.Mens-Wedding-Rings.com), the online store best known for its incredible selection of affordable top-quality wedding bands, is pleased to announce that men´s white tungsten wedding rings are now available at their online store. Often considered the “perfect metal” by jewelry editors, natural tungsten carbide is appealing to many wedding ring buyers, except for those who are partial to brilliant white metals. Now, with the launch of white...

2011-12-14 14:00:00

In an effort to increase usability and improve the shopping experience for customers, Danforth Diamond has opened a Facebook storefront. The new storefront will allow shoppers to browse for engagement rings and other jewelry directly from Facebook. Midlothian, VA (PRWEB) December 14, 2011 Diamond lovers everywhere are invited to be part of the Danforth Diamond Facebook storefront grand opening. The new storefront allows customers to shop for diamond engagement rings and other jewelry...

2011-12-09 17:55:00

JustMensRings.com (JMR) is pleased to introduce a luxurious collection of menâs designer platinum rings from one of the nationâs top wedding ring designers. Utterly brilliant and crafted to the finest detail, this handsome collection is made to impress. Jensen Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 09, 2011 Since JustMensRings.com (JMR) launched six years ago, this specialty online retailer has gained a loyal following. Shoppers rely on JustMensRings.com for the best...

2011-12-08 08:00:00

Mens-Wedding-Rings (http://www.Mens-Wedding-Rings.com), the niche Internet retailer best known for its affordable collections of top-quality menâs wedding rings, is proud to announce a brand new collection of menâs titanium rings. Made by Benchmark, one of the top wedding ring designers, these exquisite menâs titanium rings are among the finest examples of this lightweight and durable metal. Mens-Wedding-Rings.com (MWR) is pleased to introduce this...

2011-11-23 11:00:00

Mens-Wedding-Rings (http://www.Mens-Wedding-Rings.com), the online store best known for its awe-inspiring selection of affordable menâs wedding bands, is pleased to announce its largest holiday sale ever. After adding new collections of diamond, platinum and titanium rings by Benchmark, the retailer is ready to help shoppers find that perfect holiday gift. Since the launch of MWR just over a year ago, the ecommerce company has grown to be one of the top online sources of...

2011-11-23 08:00:00

Just Menâs Rings, the niche retailer specializing in designer menâs rings and menâs fashion rings, has just announced their annual Huge Menâs Ring Sale for the holidays. Prices have been slashed on more than 300 popular rings just in time for the busiest shopping season of the year. As one of the nationâs best-known online retailers, JMR attracts shoppers seeking everything from stainless steel spinner rings to designer 14K gold...

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