Honor All Pricing Agreements on Gold

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<p><strong>New York &mdash; Dec. 12</strong><br />Michael C. Fina, a provider of corporate employee recognition programs, announced that the company promises to uphold client pricing agreements on gold jewelry awards made prior to the vertical spike in gold trading.<br /><br />&ldquo;Many HR budgets simply cannot accommodate these abrupt significant increases,&rdquo; said Michael A. Fina, vice president, Michael C. Fina. &ldquo;We can shield our customers from these market fluctuations and price increases because of the way we do business. Our suppliers lock in pricing with us based on our buying reputation. Our customers can feel confident that when they deal with Michael C. Fina, the price they agreed upon is the price they will pay &mdash; no surprises,&rdquo; added Fina.<br /><br />Many HR executives in charge of their company&rsquo;s employee recognition award programs selected wide assortments of gold jewelry earlier in the year when the price of gold was in the $600 range (per ounce). Some HR executives are now facing disappointment as vendors raise prices on preselected gold jewelry orders to align with the skyrocketing cost of gold.<br /><br />Because of the vast experience Michael C. Fina jewelry buyers have, the company can predict jewelry trends and usage and negotiate a price that will not increase every time the price of gold reaches a new high. This is important, as gold jewelry for both men and women is among the most popular products that employees select for their recognition award gift from the Michael C. Fina catalog. </p>

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