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Tacori Launches Direct-to-Consumer Online Ordering

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LOS ANGELES – As Valentine’s Day approaches, Tacori has launched online ordering for U.S. consumers.

“This is an exciting opportunity to deliver a modern Tacori shopping experience to more customers,” says Paul Tacorian, Tacoris’ president of sales and marketing. “We’re thrilled to be able reach more customers through the scale of the internet, while also developing deeper relationships through the enhanced online experience.”

The foray into online shopping is a first for Tacori, which recently was named one of the top five most visible jewelry brands in America by InDesign magazine alongside Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Bulgari and David Yurman.

The Tacori.com shopping selection features a collection of both men’s and women’s fashion jewelry, which will be available for customers in the United States to purchase directly from the brand.

The selection of Tacori engagement rings and wedding bands will not be available for purchase through the website, but rather, will be available exclusively throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom via its retail partners.

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Initiating online shopping capability augments Tacori’s upgraded website functionality, which launched in May of 2015 as a fully responsive storytelling site that delivers an immersive experience for consumers while showcasing the craftsmanship and quality of Tacori jewelry.

To explore the TACORI “Valentine’s Gift Guide”, visit www.tacori.com.

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