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VAHAN Launches Website That Works with Their Retailers

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(PRESS RELEASE) For over 50 years VAHAN has crafted unique luxury jewelry desired by women everywhere. It is a family owned and operated company with a lineage of designers going back several generations. To celebrate their milestone anniversary, VAHAN Jewelry has re-launched its website with a brand-new look and functionality.

The new homepage greets people with a featurette that introduces the consumer to the brand and what it stands for, including interviews from the family who created it. The site also offers a digital look book, new collections, 360° rotating product shots, and details about what makes VAHAN jewelry different and so desirable. The most significant new feature of the website is the e-commerce shopping cart. The site offers a variety of new features centered around VAHAN’s retail partners, including in-store pickup incentives and generous revenue sharing on purchases. For more information visit: www.vahanjewelry.com

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