Neal Vandam, owner of Blue River Diamonds in Gloucester, recently expanded his marketing reach into the LGBT community. He partnered with LGBT wedding jewelry expert Rony Tennenbaum, who has contributed to the LGBT community and positioned himself as an authority on the topic. In this article, we’ll explore these two prominent figures in the industry and their unique styles. We’ll also discuss their unique selling points. And don’t forget to check out their Instagram!
In addition to being a gay designer, Rony Tennenbaum is a pillar in the LGBTQ community. He has spent decades serving this community, carving the dreams and hopes of same-sex couples into diamonds and gold. In his own words, “I am proud to be a member of the LGBT community.” And while he has always been openly gay, he is also known as an expert in LGBT wedding jewelry.
Tapper’s, the Michigan jeweler, is celebrating its 37th anniversary by expanding their horizons and marketing to the LGBT community. They are extending the brand’s reach into the LGBT community with the addition of the Rony Tennenbaum Jewelry line to their bridal cases, highlighting their commitment to equality and community involvement. The jewelry line celebrates marriage and the LGBT community. For their 37th anniversary, Tapper’s is proud to introduce a new line of wedding jewelry featuring the designs of the legendary designer.
The rainbow collection is a collection of rings in various metals, including platinum, rose gold, yellow gold, white gold, and yellow gold. In addition to a large inventory of engagement and wedding rings, Tennenbaum also offers international shipping, as well as a free ring-try-on option. The company uses eco-friendly alloys, including EcoGold, for its pieces. There’s no better time to choose a ring than today!
Gloucester-based jewelry designer Neal Vandam has recently extended his marketing to the LGBT community. He has partnered with LGBTQ+ activist Rony Tennenbaum to provide wedding jewelry tailored for the LGBT community. As a former transgender man, Tennenbaum has made a name for himself as a voice for the LGBT community in the jewelry industry. Those seeking LGBT wedding jewelry will find the collection appealing and elegant.
Diamond first debuted in 1993 in the WWF, gaining worldwide exposure for his unique style. His early WWF appearances were mainly in Japan. He later returned to the United States, where he worked for several independent promotion companies. In 1997, Diamond worked for Jerry Lawler’s promotions in Memphis. He held the USWA World Tag Team Championship with Steven Dunn. He also had a feud with Bull Pain.