Monday, September 24, 2007

Our tribute to Firefighters

After our first 30 days of blogging, we have our first product ready for market and the affiliate who will get this in the right hands...

The Ahern & Brucker

limited edition

3 tone 18k & Platinum Firefighter ring.

This is an outstanding example of how nice "can" we make a firefighter ring?

I hope we hit the mark and set the new standard... I haven't seen a nicer one and until I do, I'm going to go out on a limb and say we nailed it. afterall, this is "our" specialty.

their are 13 different pieces that go into making this ring.

at $7,500 it's not designed to be economical and affordable... it's designed to be the nicest.

Their are still a lot of bit's and pieces that need to be put together with the marketing end and advertising hasn't even been started in any serious way but... overall, we have "project #1" in the hands of the blogging community for an initial test!

So, we made a call to Captain Mike at Firefighter Blog and showed him the ring and presented our offer and he has agreed to advertise our ring on his blog site and, put out an all points bulletin looking for worthy charities that can accept a donation of 10% of the proceeds of these incredible limited edition rings

Each made in 3 tones of 18k & Platinum with only 100 rings being made this year.

Our goal is to raise $75,000 this year for a worthy cause (or causes) that relate to the firefighting profession. Now, I know, in the grand scheme of things, $75,000 isn't much but it's just a start for what we have planned for the future.

By next year we hope to add 12 new designs to the firefighting category of high end jewelry and raise $750,000.

Anyone interested in furthering this project or becoming an affiliate should contact


Christine OKelly said...

These are gorgeous! I'm sure you will have no trouble at all reaching your goal - and then some!


bob said...

thanks Christine for your vote of confidance:)

We are starting to develope a nice little niche affiliate program and if your interested would be happy to go into more detail.

(or any sound advice is always appreciated)

thanks again and happy you stopped by.