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Trend-setting Jewelry Company Announces 2nd US Showroom

The showroom will feature all brands distributed by Chic Pistachio and will provide a safe space for buyers to meet while viewing.

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(PRESS RELEASE) DALLAS, TX — Chic Pistachio, the US company behind multiple trend-setting jewelry brands, announces the opening of a 2nd US showroom that will be located in New York. The showroom will feature all brands distributed by Chic Pistachio and will provide a safe space for buyers to meet while viewing the latest, high-selling fashion launches.

“We began looking at other ways that we could safely assist our customers with the changes that have taken place in the industry due to COVID. This showroom is going to benefit our retailers, our sales reps and all potential customers by offering safe space for meetings, marketing videos and more. We are beyond excited to continue our pattern of growth and move into the New York real estate market,” said Alisa Bunger, vice president, US sales and operations.

The showroom is expected to open mid-April. Best-selling ANIA HAIE and fast-growing AURELIE GI will be on display along with men’s line EXCLIV and the fashion forward designs of PERRI FOIA. For more information, contact [email protected]. Chic Pistachio, whose US headquarters are in Dallas, Texas, is one of the fastest growing wholesale manufacturers of quality jewelry. Its mission is to create on-trend, on-demand, quality jewelry with affordable price points for both retailers and consumers.

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