Certified Gold Exchange Announces St. Patrick's Day Promo
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Fort Worth, Texas-based precious metals dealer Certified Gold Exchange, Inc., has gained a reputation for its imaginative and rewarding promotional sales, and that company's marketing department has now jumped into the St. Patrick's Day arena. Certified Gold Exchange spokeswoman Janet Jones says the "Pot of Certified Gold" promotion will provide a four percent discount to any client who uploads a picture of themselves decked out in green to either the Certified Gold Exchange Facebook page or the Certified Gold Exchange Twitter feed.
"It's a lighthearted promotion and the four percent discount is incredibly easy to achieve," said Jones. "Anyone who posts a picture of themselves wearing a lot of green or anyone who posts a picture of themselves holding an actual four-leaf clover is eligible. The picture needs to be uploaded by the close-of-business on March 17th but the discount can be applied to any certified gold coin purchase before April 1st."
The company's most popular certified gold coins include the $20 St. Gaudens Double Eagle in the MS63 grade, as well as the $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle in the MS62 grade. The current PCGS national average retail value for those coins is $1805 and $1675, respectively. A 4% St. Patrick's Day "Pot of Certified Gold" discount puts the MS63 St. Gaudens at $1732 each while the MS62 Liberty can be purchased for as low as $1608 directly from the Certified Gold Exchange.
Certified Gold Exchange, Inc. is one of North America's premier precious metals trading platforms, providing unparalleled service to licensed dealers, institutions, and household investors since 1992. Certified Gold Exchange maintains an A+, Zero Complaint Better Business Bureau rating. For more information or a free "Gold Investor's Guide," visit http://www.certifiedgoldexchange.com or call 1-800-300-0715 today.
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