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Jewelers Mutual Plans to Donate $10,000 to Jewelers for Children During Holidays

$1 donations will be pledged for jewelers participating in the group’s “Jeweler’s Cut by LINK” program.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI – Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group invites jewelers enrolled in the Jeweler’s Cut LINK program to help support children in need this holiday season. 

Jewelers Mutual will donate $1 to Jewelers for Children for each item description submitted through LINK between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, with a goal to raise $10,000. 

Not only will jewelers enhance their customer relationships by participating in the program, they’ll simultaneously contribute to an industry-supported charity with no financial commitment on their end. 

“I can’t think of a better way to reach our $10,000 goal than doing it together with our jewelers who share our passion for giving back,” said Mark Devereaux, vice president of sales at Jewelers Mutual.

As Devereaux mentions in his video message, “It’s a great example of Jewelers Mutual working to amaze our policyholders, helping to raise the tide of the jewelry industry and giving back to an organization that gives so much to support children in need.” 

Jewelers Mutual’s insured retail jewelers who are not currently enrolled in LINK are encouraged to enroll in this exclusive program and participate during this season of giving. 

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To learn more or request to be part of LINK, contact the Jewelers Mutual program team at 800-336-5642, ext. 2118 or [email protected]

You may also complete a request form for information on programs you may be eligible for in your area.


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