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Stuller Relaunches ever&ever Website

It includes a custom wedding band builder and other features.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller announces the relaunch of everandever.com. The consumer-facing website is a companion piece for Stuller’s comprehensive ever&ever bridal program, which spotlights high-quality, customizable prototype rings — each a flexible 3C design.

“There are so many new features that I am excited about,” says Alex Stuller, director of bridal. “But the most prevalent is the addition of the custom wedding band builder.”

This will allow the consumer to fully customize a wedding band from a wide selection of classic styles, add a special finish, engraving, and save snapshots of the final piece.

“We are giving the consumer the power to create the ring of their dreams through an intuitive online experience,” says Stuller. “Then, we connect them to an authorized retailer in their area. It’s a win-win for everyone.”

Additional updates include a redesigned homepage, fresh vibrant imagery, and new ever&ever designs.

Explore the consumer-facing site at, www.everandever.com.

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