Cash4Gold Continues to Shine in Pop Culture
03/30/2010

Cash4Gold (www.Cash4Gold.com), the trusted industry leader in mail-in gold buying, continues to play a starring role in popular culture. Over the last month, Cash4Gold has been mentioned during episodes of 'TMZ' and “The Wanda Sykes Show.”

Online PR News – 30-March-2010 – – Pompano Beach, Fla. – March 30, 2010 – Cash4Gold (www.Cash4Gold.com), the trusted industry leader in mail-in gold buying, continues to play a starring role in popular culture. Over the last month, Cash4Gold has been mentioned during episodes of 'TMZ' and 'The Wanda Sykes Show.'

'TMZ' is the popular news magazine featuring celebrity news and gossip. On the episode of 'TMZ' which originally aired on March 12, Cash4Gold was mentioned as 'TMZ' news crews asked U.S. Olympic bobsled gold medalist Steve Holcomb if he would show them his new gold medal. He took the medal out of his pocket and the crew jokingly asked if he planned to send the medal to Cash4Gold. Of course, Holcomb had no intention of sending his new prize to Cash4Gold in exchange for the melt value of the medal. Melt value refers to the value of actual precious metals included in an item and does not account for the historic or sentimental value that the gold medal represents.

During the Olympics, Wanda Sykes talked about how well the U.S. athletes were performing during the monologue on her show, 'The Wanda Sykes Show.' Sykes joked that because of the tough economic climate, many of the medalists would come home and immediately use Cash4Gold’s mail-in gold buying service to monetize their medals.

Ever since Cash4Gold aired a spot during the Super Bowl in 2009, Cash4Gold has been mentioned on dozens of pop culture television programs. Three-time Grammy Award winner MC Hammer and the late television legend Ed McMahon appeared in the memorable spot which garnered massive media attention for its originality and the fact that it was the first direct response ad to air in a Super Bowl broadcast.

Cash4Gold is often referenced during the monologue of late-night talk shows. Over the course of the past year, top names such as Stephen Colbert, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien, Jon Stewart, and David Letterman, among many others have mentioned Cash4Gold during their shows.

Cash4Gold was even the topic of a question on the popular game show, 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.' The host asked the contestant, 'Cash4Gold is a business that pays consumers primarily for their unwanted what?' The contestant proceeded to answer the question correctly.

In addition to television mentions, dozens of Hollywood celebrities joined Cash4Gold recently at a Hollywood event held in advance of the Golden Globes awards show. Many of the celebrities wore a necklace with a Cash4Gold-branded gold medallion.

Due to Cash4Gold’s large-scale success in the U.S., the company launched its business to serve consumers in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain during 2009. Following its aggressive international expansion, Cash4Gold is nearing its one-millionth customer transaction and recently launched a new ad discussing the milestone. To see the ad, visit www.Cash4Gold.com.

Consumers interested in using Cash4Gold’s fast and easy service can request a pre-paid and insured Jewelry Return Pack by visiting www.Cash4Gold.com or calling 1-877-GOLD-590.

About Cash4Gold
Cash4Gold is the world’s leading mail-in purchaser of gold, silver and platinum. Hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers have received millions of dollars from Cash4Gold since inception. For more information, connect with Cash4Gold on Facebook and Twitter.

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