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Jayden Star Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

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(Press Release) NEW YORK – Jayden Star marks its 10-year anniversary with the biggest new product roll-out in company history during the JCK Las Vegas 2017 show.

“With wholesale price points from $3 – $300, it’s hard to go wrong,” says Patrick Retzer, VP of sales for Jayden Star. “All our brands are in the ‘sweet spot’ for most jewelry retailers.”

The New Jayden Star Programs spread across nine brands: Fine Faux, Oroclone, Crystal Colors, Etched, Giorgio Argento, Stella Luci, Laurium Lynx, Chroma, and Rebecca Sloane. All are sensibly priced at key retail price points that will resonate with consumers throughout 2017. In-store programs include easy-to-use displays, a 30-Day Guarantee, and a Stock Balance Program.

For immediate delivery of the New Jayden Star Programs or to receive more information, contact the Jayden Star Office at 212-686- 0400 or [email protected]

Jayden Star serves over 2,000 customers in over 5,000 retail stores across the U.S. and has partnered with over a dozen fine and fashion jewelry brands as their primary distributor in America. With offices in New York, Atlanta, and Seoul, the company has developed relationships with leading chains, department stores and small to mid-size independent shops as a reliable source for leading fine and fashion jewelry design, design, and product development. They also trade in the U.K, Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Australia and South Africa.

For more information about Jayden Star, visit http://www.jaydenstar.com or call 212-686-0400. Patrick Retzer can be reached directly at [email protected] or by phone at ext. 1011. For questions regarding this release, contact Jason Mandelbaum directly at [email protected]

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