Friday, November 13, 2009

Cash4Gold Sees Growing Excitement Around Online Gold Buying and Mixed Martial Arts

Cash4Gold today announced that it is excited to see increased interest in the online gold-buying service that the company pioneered. In a special press release for the UK, Cash4Gold announced its sponsorship of MMA talent Aaron Riley, who is competing in Manchester tomorrow night in a highly anticipated match-up with British brawler Ross Pearson.

Read a copy of the release below:

Cash4Gold.Com Sponsors Aaron Riley Versus Ross Pearson in Highly Anticipated Fight and Sees Growing Excitement in Britain Around Online Gold-Buying Services and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

LONDON, November 13 /PRNewswire/ -- (, the world's #1 gold buyer direct from the general public, is sponsoring veteran MMA talent Aaron Riley in a highly anticipated fight in Manchester at the MEN Arena on 14 November. Riley, who competes in the lightweight division and boasts a record of 28-11-1 will face off against Sunderland native Ross Pearson, who was the season nine winner of reality TV show "The Ultimate Fighter."

Cash4Gold sponsors a variety of the world's most elite MMA stars, and the company has a long tradition of other sports sponsorships. The company also backs an MMA-related charitable organisation called the Xtreme Couture G.I. Foundation, which was established by U.S. Army veteran and Hall of Famer Randy Couture to honor and raise money for soldiers wounded in action.

Jeff Aronson, CEO and Co-Founder of, said: "Aaron Riley is a tough and talented fighter and Cash4Gold is proud to be in his corner. Cash4Gold is glad to be open for business in the United Kingdom and we have been thrilled so far with the outpouring of interest in our secure, easy, discreet and 100 percent satisfaction-guaranteed service that has redefined how people sell gold."

Like the service pioneered by that enables customers to send items through the post, MMA is also generating tremendous excitement in the UK, becoming more mainstream and exploding in popularity. Cash4Gold sees its MMA sponsorships as an opportunity to further become part of British pop culture.

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