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The Broken Promises Coalition Speaks About Wedding and Marriage as a Bond Between More Than Two People(September 06, 2012)
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
On September 5, 2012, The Broken Promises Coalition became aware of an extraordinary wedding in Farmington Hills, Mich., representing more than the union between the marrying couple, exemplifying the importance of marriage in todays society.
According to Sharon Dargay, Kristen Gee and Aaron Kettlehakes wedding on September 1, 2012, was intentionally planned to be anything but typical. The daughter of Rev. Brad Gee and her family elected to make the ceremony open to all, especially the church family that Dargay stated has been an important part of the Gee family's faith development for the past 17 years. The wedding was planned to be a family affair, with relatives performing music and delivering presentations. The brides mother stated, It's good for people to attend wedding ceremonies because it helps people who are currently married remember the vows they took, and went on to call it a good affirmation.
Clay Darrohn, Broken Promises representative, stated, We think that the Gee-Kettlehake wedding is a testament to how important weddings and marriage are, not only to the marrying couple, but to the families being joined together, fostering a sense of community. The Gee family, is undoubtedly, more involved in their community than the average family, but that doesnt take away from the clear and present message of how important and unifying marriage is within society.
Its important to remember that marriage is about more than just a relationship between two people, its a traditional symbol of commitment. We believe that the Gee familys incorporation of their community was a symbol of the respect society has for that commitment and that is why we are urging everyone to have that same level of respect for other symbols of that commitment, especially bridal jewelry and retailers and manufacturers of tungsten carbide wedding rings.
The Jewelers of America recently declared Tungsten Carbide not a metal but rather a composite, stating, Unlike other precious metals like platinum, gold, or sterling silver, tungsten carbide will shatter not bend if exposed to a high impact blow. However, tungsten carbide is often advertised as being indestructible, driving the Broken Promises Coalition to inform the public regarding the contemporary wedding ring material and calling upon the bridal jewelry industry to disclose honest information. The Coalition invites anyone who believes in marriage, vows, and love to sign their petition to demand honesty from jewelry retailers.
Broken Promises was formed in April of 2012 and is a bunch of consumers that are dedicated to spreading the word about the brittle nature of tungsten rings to brides and grooms to-be.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/9/prweb9866087.htm.
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