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The Silver Promotion Service Announces Expansion of Savor Silver Participants

The newest participants are Adel Chefridi, Joryel Vera, Lafonn, Michou, and Rembrandt Charms.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — The Silver Promotion Service has again expanded its partnership with outstanding United States designers of silver jewelry. The newest participants, Adel Chefridi, Joryel Vera, Lafonn, Michou, and Rembrandt Charms, are each a complement to the current Savor Silver collection of designer brands. Offering unique designs and the utmost in quality, the collections are an example of some of the finest silver jewelry offerings in the market today.

Collectively these designers and brands represent a broad spectrum of silver jewelry from classic to contemporary, elegant to sleek, all creating designs that exemplify the best in their category.

In commenting on the new program participants, SPS Director Michael Barlerin said, “We are thrilled at the new designs and diversity of styles that these designers bring to the Silver Promotion Service program. They are a compliment to the existing brands and designers, and each represents the further refinement of the overall Savor Silver program. The SPS team looks forward to working with them and all other program participants for the benefit of silver.”

Members of the Savor Silver program are offered the opportunity to participate based on their commitment to the best in silver jewelry design. Jewelry from Savor Silver members is showcased in multiple ways including industry PR initiatives, special events, media opportunities, and at major international jewelry trade shows. All SPS initiatives are created with the objective of enhancing the image, visibility, and desirability of the precious metal, silver. For more information on the SPS, please visit www.savorsilver.com.

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