SOURCE: Bergio International
FAIRFIELD, NJ--(Marketwire - Feb 28, 2013) - Bergio International, Inc. (OTCQB: BRGO) ("Bergio" or the "Company") is pleased to report upcoming expansions currently in the works.
Berge Abajian, CEO of Bergio, states, "Bergio had a very successful exhibition at this year's Rendezvous Luxe Paris Fine Jewelry Show. This enabled us to start moving further into the European market. This summer, Bergio will be expanding into one of the most renowned resorts in Greece, where we will be partnering with a very prestigious store to carry our products."
He continued, "We are currently preparing for the largest jewelry show in the United States, JCK Las Vegas, where we intend to debut several new designs and collections which are in the works."
Berge will be traveling to Moscow, Russia on March 16, 2013 for one of Russia's most important fashion weeks. One of the most illustrious runways in the show will feature models wearing Bergio products. On this topic he said, "Our recent expansions into the Russian market have been very successful as we have furthered our partnership with Consul Jewelry, a highly respected jewelry department store in Moscow, due to the success of the launch they asked us to expand to more of their chain locations."
Concerning Bergio's newest projects he added, "As far as the new accessory line of scarves and ties, we have finalized pattern designs which will be sent to Italy in April 2013 for the beginning stages of production. During this time, we will look for partners in the United States, Russia, and Europe to exclusively showcase them."
Berge Abajian, CEO of Bergio, states, "The mega deal will be launching on May 6, 2013 and will be announced around that time due to a contractual agreement with our partners. This type of launch takes time and took longer than originally anticipated due to creation of new models as well as delays within the manufacturing process. We are currently going through a year-end audit so certain details cannot yet be divulged, although we will be filing financials by the end of the month."
He continued, "Despite being unable to talk about many things at the moment, even without constant public relations we are working on many fronts which have not yet been finalized for announcement.
The company is healthy and all the work that has been done the past two years has given us the opportunity to negotiate toward a bright future."
About Bergio International, Inc.
Bergio International, Inc., a leading jeweler creating a diversified jewelry designer and manufacturer through acquisitions and consolidation in the estimated $160 billion a year highly fragmented independently owned jewelry industry, Bergio currently sells its jewelry to approximately 50 jewelry retailers across the United States. Bergio has manufacturing control over its line through its manufacturing facility in New Jersey, as well as subcontracts with facilities in the United States and Italy.
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