SOURCE: The Jewelry Exchange

February 20, 2007 14:18 ET

American Idol Finalists Get Engaged With Help From the Jewelry Exchange

TUSTIN, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 20, 2007 -- American Idol and the Jewelry Exchange are bringing lovebirds together. The hit Fox Television show recently featured Cavett Carr and Darold Gray, two singers hoping to move forward to the final rounds and international stardom. The two fell in love during their auditions, and on Valentine's Day, Darold popped the question in front of thousands of fans at a packed VIP concert, and presented Cavett with a brilliant diamond engagement ring obtained from the Jewelry Exchange in Tustin.

Also performing at the Valentine's Day show was Ruben Studdard, former American Idol champion and known aficionado of fine jewelry.

The Jewelry Exchange is the nation's leading independent jewelry chain, and serves the needs of many celebrities in recording and film communities. A special area inside the vast showroom -- designated "the Kiosk" -- contains flawless diamonds, rare and one-of-a-kind pieces, and special items with prices beginning at over $150,000.

The Jewelry Exchange is the largest private importer of diamonds in America, and has over 30,000 loose diamonds in stock, in virtually every size, shape, quality, and price imaginable.

The Jewelry Exchange is also a manufacturer, and is one of the only companies in the world that offers factory-wholesale prices, direct to the public.

The Jewelry Exchange is owned by Goldenwest Diamond Corporation, and has been operating for over 30 years, doing business as The Jewelry Exchange in Los Angeles/Tustin, Chicago/Villa Park, San Francisco/Redwood City, Boston/Sudbury, Dallas, Tampa, Seattle/Renton, Philadelphia/Norristown, Washington D.C./Bethesda, Phoenix, Minneapolis/Eagan, and Denver/Greenwood Village. The company operates as The Jewelry Factory in New York/Hackensack, Detroit/Livonia, and Cleveland/North Randall. And in Houston, the company operates The Jewelry Source.

For more information, or for directions to a store near you, call 1-800-441-0715 or go online at www.jewelryexchange.com.

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