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Stuller Debuts ‘Beyond The Glass’ Publication

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It will feature the latest trends and ideas.

(Press Release) LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller has released the first issue of Beyond The Glass, a publication designed to share useful ideas within the community of jewelry professionals.

“With this publication we wanted to open a window and look at the future of our industry together,” said Maren Rosen, vice president of merchandising. “We want to share the latest trends, statistics about the jewelry industry, and ideas from colleagues about new techniques and tools that they found success with.”

In this first issue, the stories touch on green sourcing, a more pressing issue by the day; the rising importance of fashion for the industry; and ways to get new customers into your store.

“When we meet Stuller customers, we always ask about their experiences with their clients and we have heard so many great stories, that we were compelled to share them with everyone,” said Josh Caffery, managing editor. “That’s how this publication became a reality. In every issue we want to go beyond the glass cases filled with jewelry and into the lives of an everyday jeweler.”

To learn more about Beyond the Glass, visit Stuller.com/beyondtheglass.INSTORE Stuller BTG Cover

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