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(PRESS RELEASE) DRAPER, UT – Lashbrook, award-winning men’s wedding ring manufacturer and designer, announces a new training program designed for sales associates of partnered stores.

“Lashbrook University is an opt-in email course designed to help our stores succeed in selling Lashbrook,” said Travis Isaacson, vice president of marketing and client training. “We’ve crafted the course to appeal to various learning styles and interest levels.”

“Lashbrook University is very simple,” said Isaacson. “Enroll in the course and learn to earn entries for weekly prize drawings.”

Each week participants are sent a short email lesson with tips and tricks of selling Lashbrook along with basic product knowledge. To earn entries for the weekly drawings, participants are asked to follow Lashbrook on social media, pass quizzes, sell Lashbrook rings and share photos of Lashbrook rings sold on social media.

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Weekly prizes vary from gift cards, free lunches and movie tickets to Lashbrook product, weekend getaways and a $5,000 vacation.

“We’re excited to equip our partners with the tools and knowledge to succeed,” said Eric Laker, president and founder. “We’ve been asked to create a better training program for our stores and we believe Lashbrook University is the solution.”

Lashbrook University will be available to partnered stores this June. 

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