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Simon G. Jewelry Taps Four New Hires

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GLENDALE, CA – Family-owned and -operated Simon G. Jewelry welcomed four new members to its team this month to support its growing brand and maintain service to existing and new accounts.

The latest team member additions include U.S., Sales Representatives Garrett Hartman and Wendy Redmon, Eastern Canada Sales Representative Dominic Mainella, and Brand Ambassador Marlene Hanson. Combined, the new team members bring more than 65 years of experience in the jewelry industry.

“We are always strategic when growing our business and look to bring team members on board who can help illustrate our brand story worldwide,” says Simon Ghanimian, president of Simon G. Jewelry. “As we look to the future, we continue to identify opportunities to grow and expand.”

In the past year Simon G. has increased consumer traffic to its website by 114 percent, increasing the amount of jewelry pieces sold year over year. Simon G.’s response to this growth, in addition to hiring new team members, has been investing in new technologies and production equipment to help produce a faster turn-around time on individual and custom orders.

As a result of these new additions, Simon G. continues to be one the best-performing full bridal and fashion jewelry lines in the U.S., according to the 2015 Big Survey published by INSTORE magazine.

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