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Rocket Hires Christopher Stock to Lead Design and West Coast Ops

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Chris Stock

(Press Release)
NEW YORK, NY – Rocket, a jewelry packaging and display company, has announced the appointment of Christopher (Chris) Stock as head of the company’s design department.

In making the announcement, Michael Kaplan, president and CEO, shared that Stock will also be the company’s general manager for West Coast operations and that his responsibilities will include managing custom design requests from Rocket’s retail and manufacturing customers worldwide.

“The addition of Chris Stock to our design team elevates the level of creativity we can offer," says Kaplan. "With 22 years of experience in design and corporate management, Chris brings a wealth of visual merchandising experience and cutting-edge design knowledge that will help our customers increase sales."

Stock can be reached at [email protected] or at 949-441-5886.

Rocket offers custom and stock display and packaging resources for fine jewelry mass, mid-sized and independent retailers, as well as jewelry manufacturers and designers. The company has offices, warehouses and distribution centers in New York, California, and Shenzhen. Potential customers can see a selection of the company’s products at shop.rocketbox.com.

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