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Rembrandt Charms Is Now an RJO Supplier

It is effective Nov. 19, 2018.

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(PRESS RELEASE) WILLIAMSVILLE, NY — Rembrandt Charms announces its acceptance into the Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO) as an approved Supplier, effective November 19, 2018.

“We are thrilled to join an organization committed to service, quality and integrity in the jewelry industry,” states Eric Lux, vice president, Rembrandt Charms. “Our membership into RJO positions Rembrandt Charms as the premier charm manufacturer of the group.”

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We look forward to meeting RJO members at up-coming trade-shows and exceeding our customer expectations during a market where the demand for our traditional charm bracelets continues to increase across the nation.

Rembrandt Charms Business Building Charm Program enables retail jewelers, like you, to save time, increase sales and develop new and loyal customers. Program benefits include retail locator listing, inventory-controlled displays with the best-selling charms by region, stock balancing, marketing support and much more. Just like watches or diamonds, you must show charms to sell them.

It’s not just about selling charms…. It’s about cultivating loyal customers by learning their stories and building relationships that will last for generations. Help your customers find the perfect charms, at their perfect price points, for every occasion.

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