Fund set up in the name of murdered jeweler

In response to the murder of Majid ”Mike” Zerovabeli, a well-known and beloved member of the jewelry industry, Polygon Network has set up a fund in his memory.

Mr. Zerovabeli, 37, was reported missing on February 21. His body was discovered seven days later in a shallow grave near San Antonio, Texas. Alejandro Torres, the owner of the last jewelry store visited by Mr. Zerovabeli, has been arrested in connection with the murder.

The fund has been set up to aid the Zerovabeli family, which includes four children, all under the age of nine. This is a temporary fund awaiting instructions from the family. To contribute, please make checks payable to:

The Zerovabeli Memorial Fund

c/o Kevin McDonald, President

First Bank

P.O. Box 347

Silverthorne, CO 80498

A record of contributions will be provided to the family. For additional information, please contact Koert Voorhees, Polygon Network CEO, at 800-221-4435.