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Kin & Pebble’s New Spring Tower Display

The tower display is modular and available in any combination of 3 displays from an available list of 6 display options.

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Kin & Pebble’s New Spring Tower Display

(PRESS RELEASE) Kin & Pebble’s popular 3-in-1 tower displays have a brand new additional color option available. The new color is a very subtle, pastel green that accentuates almost any décor.

The tower display is modular and allows you to choose any combination of 3 displays from an available list of 6 display options. The first display option showcases an 11-piece combination of fingerprint, handwriting and photo jewelry. The second option is a 13-piece wedding themed personalized jewelry display. The third jewelry display option is an 8-piece baby themed personalized display. The fourth option is an 11-piece cremation jewelry display. The fifth option is an 11-piece Memory Forge men’s display featuring personalized accessories such as knives, a wallet, cuff links, and more. The final option is a 7-piece personalized pet display featuring actual pawprint, noseprint and 3D pet photo jewelry. With purchase of the lighted locking tower, jewelry retailers will also receive a free All-In-One Android Tablet Fingerprint Scanner.

A separate digital marketing screen can be purchased which provides additional marketing support for the entire Kin & Pebble line including the men’s Memory Forge line.

To inquire about all display options from Kin & Pebble, contact them via telephone at 1-253-358-2399 or visit its website here.

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