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The Plumb Club Announces New Website, Logo and Tagline

Group’s new tagline is “Educate, Innovate, Connect”.

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(PRESS RELEASE) ENGLEWOOD, NJ – The Plumb Club has announced the launch of a new, completely redesigned website: PlumbClub.Com. The launch also marks the official transition to its new logo and tagline, “Educate, Innovate, Connect,” previewed during the 2018 Las Vegas Jewelry Market Week this past June.

The new website is the next step in the organization’s strategic plan, designed to expand The Plumb Club’s reach year-round, broaden its retail community, and positively impact the future of the fine jewelry industry.

PlumbClub.Com is designed to be a portal into the many activities we have planned to help the jewelry retailer be successful. The site will serve as a hub, hosting news articles, research, webinars and trend data, to name a few highlights,” says Lawrence Hess, Executive Director. “Every retailer, no matter how large or small, will be able to find something that can be used to expand their business and knowledge.”

The new Plumb Club logo, which will be used in gold as the corporate symbol, and in their iconic purple for tradeshows and pavilions, includes the words “Educate, Innovate, Connect,” which are the three foundational pillars that will guide the Plumb Club’s strategy, marketing and focus for the future.

For information about The Plumb Club, contact Lawrence Hess, Executive Director, at 201-816-8881 or visit www.plumbclub.com

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