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Lighting4Diamonds Launches 2 New Services for Retailers

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The firm will help design your “ideal store.”

(Press Release) MIAMI, FL — Lighting4Diamonds, which provides lighting solutions for the jewelry industry, announces the launch of two new brand services. Along with the current lighting services, custom showcase creation and in-store design planning will now be offered. These additions make it easy for retailers to successfully design a store that is true to their brand.

This expansion is a natural fit for the company. Lighting4Diamonds partner Jorge Pascual, who joined the company in 2012, has extensive experience in custom showcase manufacturing. He has also worked with top industry companies to create custom retail stores that precisely represented their brands.

Pascual and fellow partner Vijay Paul felt it was the right time to grow Lighting4Diamonds.

“With Jorge’s industry background, we believe these are obvious additions to our brand,” Paul said. “We are delighted to offer our customers affordable, customized showcases made in the USA, and help them design their ideal store.”

To introduce these new services, Lighting4Diamonds worked with its marketing agency to update their logo and craft a tagline that would better reflect the company brand.

Lighting4Diamonds is inviting everyone to visit during JCK Las Vegas, June 5-8, at its new custom booth — B63049 — in the Essentials and Tech Pavilion. The first 100 appointments will receive a free triplet jeweler’s loupe, and all customers will be offered a free consultation.Lighting4Diamonds

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