Commemorative Brands, Inc., the parent company of Balfou, ArtCarved and Keystone class rings brands and a leading manufacturer and marketer of recognition products, has endorsed the No Dirty Gold campaign's human rights and environmental principles for more responsible gold production, principles the campaign refers to as the Golden Rules.
Balfour, ArtCarved and Keystone understand that their customers, made up mostly of high school and college students, are firmly committed to social responsibility. By supporting the No Dirty Gold campaign's Golden Rules,the class rings brands hope to reflect the values of the many students around the country who have a deep commitment to environmental and social justice.
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The No Dirty Gold Campaign
The No Dirty Gold campaign is a Washington, DC-based collaboration between the international relief and development organization Oxfam America and the environmental advocacy organization EARTHWORKS. Since the No Dirty Gold campaign was launched in 2004, more than 55,000 people around the world have signed a petition calling for cleaner gold production. In addition, nineteen major jewelry retailers, including Tiffany & Co., Helzberg Diamonds, and Zale Corp., have endorsed the campaigns Golden Rules for more responsible mining. More information regarding No Dirty Gold is available at www.nodirtygold.org.
Commemorative Brands, Inc.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, American Achievement Corporation's Commemorative Brands, Inc.
is a leading manufacturer and supplier of commemorative jewelry, from class rings for colleges,
universities and high schools across the country, to wedding and affinity jewelry. The company
has been creating class and sports achievement rings and accessories for almost 100 years.
American Achievement Corporation is a Fenway Partners portfolio company. More information
about CBI's three class ring brands is available at www.balfour.com,
www.artcarved.com and www.walmart.com.
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