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Designer Peter Storm Joins GemFind’s Social Product Network JewelCloud

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NEWPORT BEACH, CA – GemFind, a technology provider to the jewelry industry, has announced that Peter Storm Jewelry has joined social product network JewelCloud.

Joining JewelCloud enables Peter Storm to better reach retailers and feed products straight to retail websites, as well as connect with new retail leads.

“Peter Storm is committed to giving your internet-savvy clients the fresh looks that will keep them coming to your store. Designed with interesting detail and beautiful lines, Peter Storm appeals to clients across the market," says Anne Storm.

Peter Storm Jewelry has been designing bridal and fine jewelry since January of 1989. Visit peterstormjewelry.com for more information.

The JewelCloud app is part of GemFind’s lineup of tools including Diamond Link, Ring Builder, Stud Builder, Pendant Builder and Retail Locator. Visit gemfind.com for more information on JewelCloud.

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