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Lafonn Celebrates 5 Years at JCK with Anniversary Collection & Gold MacBook Giveaway

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CYPRESS, CA — Lafonn will celebrate its fifth anniversary at JCK with a Gold MacBook Giveaway and an Anniversary Collection.

The coveted Gold Apple MacBook will go to one lucky retailer. To enter to win, retailers must complete an entry form (while supplies last) at Lafonn’s JCK booth #B19179 between June 3-5. The winner will be selected by random drawing on June 5 at 5 p.m.

In addition to the MacBook Giveaway, Lafonn will debut its Anniversary Collection: Lassaire In Motion. The new collection features Lafonn’s exclusive simulated diamond, Lassaire, in frameless designs. The collection is comprised of necklaces and earrings set in sterling silver bonded with platinum and 14 karat gold. Retail prices are from $85.

Authorized Lafonn retailers may pre-order the collection at JCK Las Vegas, Booth #19179.

Each Lafonn piece is crafted with sterling silver bonded with platinum and set with Lassaire simulated diamonds.

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