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ALOR to Be Featured on the The Talk

It will be featuring a brand new design.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LA JOLLA, CA — Southern California-based fine jewelry and watch brand, ALOR, the largest global creator of luxury gold and cable jewelry, will be featured on CBS’ Daytime Emmy Award-Winning talk show, The Talk. ALOR will be featuring a brand new design that was created as an expansion to their Affirmation collection. The Affirmation collection was established by Sandy Zemer, co-founder of ALOR, as a way to “symbolize that no matter how many miles or years may separate us, we are always close to each other’s hearts and that support system is always there. With the ‘HOPE’ Affirmation bangle, the message is much the same: the wearer is part of a network, an unwavering support system that will be there throughout their journey.”

ALOR will be featured on The Talk on October 9, 2019 which celebrates host Sharon Osbourne’s birthday. Osbourne herself is a cancer survivor and the audience that day will be filled with other survivors and fighters. Each audience member will take home their own HOPE Affirmation Bracelet as a gift from ALOR to inspire them through their journey.

Throughout the month of October, a portion of the proceeds from every purchase of the new Hope Affirmation bracelet will be donated to Here For The Girls. “Giving back is a priority at ALOR and always has been. We are delighted to be working with the charity Here For The Girls who does so much to support those who need it most and we are so grateful to The Talk for giving us a platform to spread this mission even further,” Says Ori Zemer, principal of ALOR.

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