Tuesday, June 1, 2010

USA:Everlon Diamond Knot Collection honors Memphis stars


Tony Award Nominees Montego Glover and Chad Kimball, stars of the multiple Tony Award Nominated Broadway Musical 'Memphis' were honored by the Everlon Diamond Knot Collection during a private dinner in downtown New York.

Critically acclaimed with multiple ensemble and individual Tony Award nominations, the story of 'Memphis' epitomizes the strength of love symbolic of the Everlon Diamond Knot Collection. Original cast members, Montego Glover and Chad Kimball, beautifully portray the emotional bond their characters share with one another throughout their tumultuous journey through life.

"We were inspired to host this dinner to celebrate Montego, Chad and their performances in 'Memphis' because we felt that the story of the unbreakable bond of love shared between their characters related beautifully to the symbolism behind the Everlon Diamond Knot Collection," says Jamie Cadwell Director of the Diamond Information Center.

Along with Glover and Kimball, the private dinner was attended by fellow TonyВ® Award nominees director Christopher Ashley, writer Joe DiPietro, choreographer Sergio Trujillo, orchestrator Daryl Waters, as well as producers Randy Adams and Sue Frost.

Montego Glover Wearing Everlon Diamond Three Knot Tassel Earrings in Oxidized White Gold.

Additional Images from the 'Everlon Diamond Knot Strength of Love Dinner Honoring The Stars of Broadways Memphis' are available at GettyImages.com

The Everlon Diamond Knot Collection is a tribute to the unfailing strength of love. For centuries the knot has been a symbol of strength and for countless cultures it embodies the unbreakable bond of love. Held fast with all these traditions the Everlon Diamond Knot Collection, based on the Hercules Knot, showcases the strength of love forged in a knot, a symbol that even in the toughest of times, the strength of your love will never waver. 

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