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Sy Kessler Launches “Sony Quick Kit”

Displaying your Sony watch battery organizer makes promoting the service easy, says president.

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Sy Kessler Launches “Sony Quick Kit”

(PRESS RELEASE) Sy Kessler Sales, Inc., Dallas Texas, the Sony authorized importer and distributor for watch batteries for the USA and Canadian market, is adding the “Sony Quick Kit” to its variety of battery assortments. The Quick kit includes 200 popular watch batteries for only $44 (only $0.22 each!), and comes with a FREE 60-drawer battery organizer label-set (a $3.66 value), featuring cross reference information, dimensions and a unique popularity scale. According to Henry Kessler, the company’s president, “We have sold more watch battery starter kits than there are retail jewelers in the US! Many jewelers tell us that offering the watch battery replacement service drives customer traffic – in addition to paying for the rent! Displaying your Sony watch battery organizer makes promoting the service easy.”

Ask your local jewelry supply house for details, or contact KesslerBatteries.com for free Sony battery samples and to learn more about Sony’s long-life batteries with unique anti-leakage technology. You can also view our produced by The American Watchmakers, Clockmakers Institute below.

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