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Rembrandt Supports Hurricane Michael Recovery with Exclusive Charm

It features the hashtag #850strong.

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Rembrandt Supports Hurricane Michael Recovery with Exclusive Charm

(PRESS RELEASE) WILLIAMSVILLE, NY – To support recovery efforts after Hurricane Michael devastated the Florida Panhandle in October, leveling homes and businesses, Rembrandt Charms has created an exclusive engraved charm for Smith and Smith Jewelers.

Smith and Smith Jewelers is a family-owned business serving historic downtown Marianna, FL, for over 20 years.

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Rembrandt’s custom charm features the hashtag #850strong, adopted by the residents to symbolize their determination to overcome the damage caused by Hurricane Michael. Wearing this charm and charm bracelet shows support for recovery efforts and reflects the powerful bond, as well as the courage, the members of this community share as they work together to rebuild their lives.

“We were deeply saddened by the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Michael, and our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected,” said Eric Lux, vice president, Rembrandt Charms. “The opportunity to help strengthen a community affected by such a tragedy is something we value and will always support.”

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