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Kin & Pebble to Discontinue Two Boxes

They are now available at a reduced price.

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Kin & Pebble to Discontinue Two Boxes

(PRESS RELEASE) GIG HARBOR, WA — Kin & Pebble, in an effort to focus on the jewelry personalization it specializes in, has chosen to discontinue select zinc alloy boxes as well as its crystal accented animal-shaped keepsake boxes. These items are now available at a reduced price and a bulk discount is also available. Numerous styles, colors, and shapes are available for these, but this special pricing is only available until inventory runs out. Each box can be used as a small jewelry box or to house other small mementos. Certain varieties allow for a small amount of rotary engraving for an additional fee. These items can be found in the new flash sale category on its website.

To order your keepsake boxes, call Kin & Pebble at 1-877-265-7994 or order from their website at www.KinandPebble.com.

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