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Kin & Pebble Celebrates Its 15 Years

The company has expanded quite rapidly over the years.

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Kin & Pebble Celebrates Its 15 Years

(PRESS RELEASE) Kin & Pebble, a subsidiary of Bailey & Bailey, announces that its parent company has been a trusted provider of personalized and cremation jewelry for 15 years now. Over the years, the company has expanded quite rapidly from its humble beginnings above the owner’s garage to an expansive 6,500 square foot office & 3,000 square foot warehouse. In recognition of this growth, they have recently hired additional staff in both its art department and its customer service department. These new employees will allow them to continue to meet its outstanding 24 hour turnaround time on engraved sterling silver and stainless steel items and high quality customer service. Additionally, they have begun handcrafting select personalized pieces from American made sterling silver in house to ensure a quality piece from start to finish.

To inquire about adding jewelry from Kin & Pebble to your location, contact them via telephone at 1-253-358-2399 or visit its website at www.KinAndPebble.com.

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