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Ostbye Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary in 2020

It celebrates by completing 100 Acts of Kindness.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Ostbye has served the jewelry industry since 1920 and will celebrate their 100-year anniversary in 2020 by completing 100 Acts of Kindness. Throughout the last 100 years Ostbye has remained committed to its mission; building lifelong customers and memories, by providing the best customer service through unparalleled service, quality and value.

Beginning in January of 2020 Ostbye staff will focus on monthly Acts of Kindness. Focuses will be on Community, the Environment and Children to name just a few. Ostbye has created a pay it forward list and will welcome retailer participation as well. As Acts of Kindness are accomplished, Ostbye will capture pictures and post and share on social media.

“We are humbled by the number of people, employees and customers past and present, who have supported Ostbye over the years. Incredibly, our first customer from 1920 is still a customer of ours today,” says Ostbye President Craig MacBean. “As a small token of our thanks we want to give back. We have been so fortunate these past 100 years to be a small part of such a special industry.”

Ostbye staff is excited for 2020 and looking forward to joining with retailers to accomplish their 100 Acts of Kindness goal!

For more information, please contact Ostbye at 866-553-1515 or visit our website at www.ostbye.com.

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