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Rembrandt Charms Supports Retail Jewelers Affected by Hurricane Harvey

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(Press Release) Rembrandt Charms has prepared multiple initiatives to support the retail jewelers that were affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.

“Like many of our retail jewelers in North America, Rembrandt Charms is a family-owned business. Our retailers are our number one priority. When tragedy strikes, we will do all that we can to help ease the burden of recovery,” said Eric Lux, vice president, Rembrandt Charms.

From Sept. 1 through Sept. 30, 2017, 100 percent of the proceeds from all 10 of the company’s Texas charms, in all
metals, will be donated to the Hurricane Harvey Jewelers Support Fund. The charms are available in sterling silver,
gold plate, 10-karat yellow gold, 14-karat yellow gold, and 14-karat white gold. Complimentary marketing graphics
highlighting the charms and the relief fund are available for retail jewelers to use on their websites, email
campaigns and social media channels.

“Along with the 10 Texas charms initiative, we are prepared to offer several temporary housing options in Colorado
and Buffalo, NY, to retail jewelers and their families that have lost their homes. We can offer temporary work/income
to those that are in need as well,” Lux said.

Rembrandt Charms will be offering flexible terms, insurance quotes for charm displays, refurbish or replacement of
charm displays, and many more options to support the retail jewelers that received store damage.

The Texas Charm Styles include:

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3293 – Texas Map

2323 – Texas Flag

6270 – Yellow Rose of Texas

6291 – Texas Boot

3651 – Texas Oil Drill

6254 – Fort Worth

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6265 – Dallas

6257 – Houston

6322 – Alamo

6318 – San Antonio

For more information, visit https://rembrandtcharms.com/pages/disaster-relief.

Contact the company at [email protected] or call 800-828-7840.

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