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Frederick Goldman Launches One-Week Bridal Express Program

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(PRESS RELEASE) Frederick Goldman Inc. is launching a One-Week Bridal Express program for two of its most important brands, Scott Kay and ArtCarved. The programs feature over 170 styles of engagement rings in both 14k white and yellow gold — made to order and shipped within one week. The 170-plus styles include a wide range of the brands’ best-selling designs and represent all of the distinctive collections within both brands.

To support the program, FGI has created easy-to-use reference booklets for Scott Kay and ArtCarved engagement ring collections with pictures of all the rings included, as well as detailed directions on placing custom orders. The Frederick Goldman B2B site also features all Xpress Programs with dedicated buttons to further allow quick access and ease of use for customers.

“The launch of our One-Week Bridal Express service programs further fulfills our mission to be the best partner for our retailers now and in the future,” said Jonathan Goldman, CEO of Frederick Goldman. “Meeting the needs of the millennial consumer for immediate gratification in a way that retailers can depend upon every day, is our focus.”

The Bridal Express service programs for Scott Kay and ArtCarved join the Goldman Xpress Wedding Band program launched in September 2017. That program features same day shipping on over 250 best-selling wedding bands. Since the launch of the Goldman Xpress program, retailers have experienced 100 percent on-time shipping of the designated items.

“We are always looking to meet the next challenge facing our retail partners – driving conversation, solving their problems and increasing the ease with which they do business with their clients,” said Jonathan Goldman.

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