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Alisa Owners Transition Into Retirement

They will devote more time to a growing family and many personal interests.

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Alisa Owners Transition Into Retirement

Lisa and Fred Morgan

(PRESS RELEASE) Thirty-five years after founding Alisa, a prominent manufacturer of distinctive Italian-made fine jewelry, principals Lisa and Fred Morgan will be transitioning into their retirement to devote more time to a growing family and many personal interests. The company is best known for its classic and affordable designs in sterling silver with 18K gold and diamonds, all featuring the prominent basket weave design signature of the Alisa brand. “We are extremely proud of what we have contributed to our industry,” says President Lisa Morgan, “and we are most grateful to have had the opportunity to work with so many wonderful people along the way.”

Starting at the new PREMIER show in Las Vegas and continuing at other major trade shows and through its website alisadesigns.com, the company will be running a retirement sale. All of its products will be offered to fine jewelry retailers at dramatically marked-down prices during the sale period. “Regarding future plans for the exclusive distribution of the Alisa brand,” says Fred Morgan, vice president – sales and marketing, “we are actively evaluating select options so that our loyal retailers can continue to offer our popular products to their customers.”

For more information on Alisa, its products and the retirement sale, call 888-253-6600 or e-mail [email protected].

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