Gold Goes Green
Posted on Wednesday, June 17th, 2009 at 11:42 am by Preston
Remember that ring sitting in your jewelry box that you haven't worn in years? You know the one I'm talking about. It's collecting dust alongside its pendant counterpart that's SO last millennium. You want to get rid of it, but you don't want to throw it away, and that voice inside tells you it would be a bad idea to give it to your friend for her birthday.
Have you ever thought of turning your gold green? You've heard of recycling paper & glass. Why not gold? We'll take any pieces—big, small, scratched or broken—and give you in-store credit for the weight in gold. Right then and there, we'll weigh the gold and let you know how much you'll get. You can then decide if you want to do the trade-in, and if so, you get credit toward sparkling new jewelry!
Another perk is the benefit to our planet: Instead of mining more gold out of the ground, companies around the world will be able to use recycled gold. Your gold will be sent off to be refined and used again in brand-new, sparkling jewelry.
Good for the planet and good for your wallet. It could be good for that dust-collecting jewelry box, too. I'm sure it would rather collect a little bling.