Goldtinker in Red Bank will be hosting an upcoming special event, “Strength of the Diamond — Not Cracking Under Pressure,” that’ll feature cocktails, conversation, and collaboration with Divorce Dynasty on October 18.
[Red Bank, NJ – October 7, 2019] –Goldtinker® Jewelers, a respected family jeweler for over 40 years, located at 24 Broad Street in downtown Red Bank is announcing an event with Divorce Dynasty, a group of attorneys, doctors, accountants, bankers and a wide variety other high powered women who are each a champion of their respective roles in the divorce process.
On Friday, October 18, 2019, “Strength of the Diamond – Not Cracking Under Pressure” will be an evening of cocktails, conversation and collaboration from 6:00pm – 9:00pm in Goldtinker’s Showroom at 24 Broad Street, Red Bank.
During the event, meet Karolina Dehnhard, Esq. the founder of Divorce Dynasty and Chair of the New Jersey Matrimonial & Family Law Group at Norris McLaughlin who will speak about her personal journey and vision on creating Divorce Dynasty.
Beth Marx and Christine Trabattoni of Goldtinker® will introduce New Début, a division of Goldtinker® that specializes in redesigning & repurposing jewelry that is no longer worn or wanted.
Goldtinker® specializes in redesigning and repurposing jewelry, often jewelry that was gifted during a relationship holds unpleasant memories. An engagement ring that no longer holds the promise of love can be redesigned into a piece that represents a new start. In an instance where the jewelry is no longer wanted at all, they can advise you of the true value and the best financial direction to take, all with the utmost discretion and confidentiality. Jewelry is wearable history and Goldtinker® can help you rewrite it.
All are welcome to attend by RSVP-ing to firstname.lastname@example.org by calling 732.531.8787.
This is a free event, but you’ll need to RSVP beforehand to ensure yourself a spot. Strength of a Diamond will be running from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Goldtinker’s location on 24 Broad Street in Red Bank, NJ.
source: Goldtinker via Instagram