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LovePendants Launches Display Selling System

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(Press Release) LovePendants, a startup engraved gemstone company, announced the launch of its turnkey display selling system for retail jewelers. Starting at $1,995, the in-store system includes a display with uniquely engraved best-selling charms, available with a Swarovski crystal or natural gemstone assortment. Also included are pendant chains, charm bracelets and connectors – making it easy to build single or multi charm jewelry in the store. Elegant gift sleeves and care card for each purchase are part of the supplies stored in a hidden drawer underneath the display. The selling system launch is scheduled for this year’s JCK show.

All display packages include a free e-commerce affiliate website with a full range of customizable charms that is accessed from within the store’s website. When opened the site will show LovePendants at “store’s name” and a back button to the store’s website.

Consumers can build and order their own charm bracelet or pendant 24/7 and the store earns the profits.

The hundreds of designs range from initials and the zodiac to wildlife, dogs, awareness ribbons, popular symbols and more. Gemstones include blue and white topaz, citrine, amethyst and green quartz. Swarovski crystals are offered in similar colors. All charms are custom cut using LovePendants patent pending “parallel mirrored symmetry” resulting in unique refractions and brilliance.

For more information call Robert Leser at 800-223-1232 or email [email protected].INSTORE LovePendantsSellingSystem

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