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Gabriel & Co. Launches E-Commerce Site

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Gabriel & Co. announces the launch of its new ecommerce site.

With the growing popularity of online shopping, Gabriel & Co.’s new buying process allows shoppers to either purchase jewelry for direct shipment or to shop in collaboration with their local brick-and-mortar retailer that features Gabriel & Co.

“The consumer is in the driver’s seat more than ever. Shopping often starts online and then goes into the store,” says Jack Gabriel, CEO of Gabriel & Co. “Supporting our brick-and-mortar retailers while providing incomparable service to lifelong customers is highly important to us. Gabriel & Co.’s ecommerce experience achieves this beautifully.”

In addition to free shipping, easy returns and exchanges, delving into the Gabriel experience is exciting, glamorous and even enlightening. Recognizing the now almost limitless choice consumers have when it comes to what, where and how they can buy, Gabriel & Co. continues to create robust content on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest, as well as on its website, that features valuable style advice, expert insight and their monthly Designer Flash series.INSTORE GabrielEcommerce

Gabriel & Co. has rolled out a new ecommerce site.

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