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‘Stuller Connect’ Virtual Event Runs Through June 28

‘Today, it’s more important than ever that we stay connected.’

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(Press Release) LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller is hosting its first ever Stuller Connect: A Virtual Event on its website  from June 1 through 28.

“For 50 years, we have worked to provide quality just-in-time products with enduring support to jewelers across the world,” says Danny Clark, president. “Stuller’s deep relationships with its business partners is our most prized asset. Today, it’s more important than ever that we stay connected.”

Throughout June, this virtual event introduces customers to new products, event specials, free educational opportunities, and creations designed to help business partners sell. Jewelers can also schedule a virtual appointment with a Stuller expert and connect to a variety of products and services.

“We’re excited to provide our customers with a new way to connect with Stuller during these unprecedented times,” says Morgan Waters, executive director of marketing communications. “We are all rebuilding our businesses right now, and we believe, with our customers and this virtual event, we can take an important step forward together.”

To learn more about Stuller Connect, click here.

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