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Buy Now For Stock and Boost Your Revenue

(PRESS RELEASE) Summer months are excellent for analyzing your current inventory, identifying holes, and researching your best sellers and fasting moving jewelry pieces. It is also a time to buy for stock in preparation for the holiday season.  And why not, especially when GN Diamond offers flexible terms that may take you right into your busiest months.

An overwhelming majority of shoppers want to buy diamonds and finished jewelry the same day they shop. It’s imperative that jewelers stock the right goods at the most competitive prices to satisfy walk-ins, impulse buyers, and others. 



It is also critical that jewelers have plenty of bread-and-butter inventory available all year long. Popular items like diamond studs, tennis bracelets, and Riviera necklaces can drive revenue as add-ons and reliable fast-sellers. 



Customers will search and compare prices online before shopping. If you don’t have what they want right then and there, they’ll buy elsewhere. GN Diamond has created a full line of price-point diamond studs and other competitively-priced items to help independent jewelers thrive. In addition, the convenience of Diamond Hunt an on-line tool that puts GN’s inventory on your website with your mark-ups or without pricing is an added benefit. 
 
GN Diamond is the best source for stock. Its $90 million diamond inventory is composed of over 9,000 natural,  loose certified GIA and EGL USA diamonds and over 7,000 lab created diamonds. 

Contact a GN Diamond representative at sales@gndiamond.com and (800) 724-8810, or visit GNDiamond.com to learn more. Open 7 days a week with free shipping.

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