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Seth Pepkin Joins White Pine Trading as Regional Sales Manager

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NEW YORK, N.Y. – White Pine Trading, a recycled diamond and fine jewelry company, announced that Seth Pepkin has joined the national sales team as regional sales manager covering several southern and midwestern states. In this role, Pepkin will serve retailers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and Kansas.

Pepkin comes to White Pine with more than 10 years of jewelry sales experience. He was most recently at Simon Golub & Sons in Seattle, where he will remain a part-time consultant. Previously, he held sales positions with Epic Designs in New York, NY; EfuneUSA in Dallas, TX; Forum Design in Scottsdale, AZ; and Express Fine Jewelry in New York, NY.

“We are excited to have Seth join the team,” says CEO Benjamin Burne. “Seth has had an impressive career providing stellar customer service that spanned a vast network of retailers. We look forward to working with Seth to drive business and increase the company’s retailer relationships.”

With the addition of Pepkin, White Pine now has nine regional sales managers across the United States. The company offers fine, branded, signed, antique and estate jewelry. Additionally, it buys and sells fine jewelry and luxury watches as well as certified and loose diamonds of any size and quality. To learn more, visit whitepinediamonds.com.

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