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Rembrandt Charms Teams Up With Ketterman’s Jewelers to Support Local Heroes

They will give away 25 sterling silver charm bracelets to Inova Fairfax Hospital.

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(PRESS RELEASE) WILLIAMSVILLE, NY — Rembrandt Charms has teamed up with Ketterman’s Jewelers to give away 25 sterling silver charm bracelets to Inova Fairfax Hospital, located in Falls Church, VA. The bracelets will be given to several front-line workers and other heroes at the hospital in appreciation for their selfless dedication during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our Hero Recognition Program is all about saying thank you to the many heroes out there,” said Eric Lux, vice president, Rembrandt Charms. “We reached out to Ketterman’s, a well-known and respected jeweler in Leesburg, VA, and they were thrilled to partner with us. We will be donating the charm bracelets for them to present to some of the heroes at Inova Fairfax Hospital. During the coming weeks, we will be teaming up with other prominent jewelers across the country to give back to their communities as well.”

The COVID-19 Charm Collection was created in response to countless requests from Rembrandt charm collectors who wanted specific Covid-19 charms to add to their bracelets, or to give to their loved ones and to heroes in their communities. Whether it’s for medical professionals, first responders, essential workers, new graduates and others, these charms hold special meaning to Rembrandt charm collectors.

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