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W.R. Cobb Company, Jewelers of America Extend Member Benefit Agreement

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EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The W.R. Cobb Company has extended its agreement with Jewelers of America (JA) to offer member savings and a package option for its W.R. Cobb Online e-commerce platform.

“Jewelers of America is proud to give our members access to an innovative online platform that directly aligns with the needs of their businesses. By leveraging this partnership, JA Members can further extend their online capabilities at a considerable savings,” says JA President & CEO David J. Bonaparte.

The W.R. Cobb Online e-commerce platform features customizable components and product selections. Some of the features include:

  • Customizable colors and layouts
  • Shopping cart functionality
  • Merchant accounts
  • Customizable content
  • Email capture and newsletter functionality
  • Sub navigation for member-specific products
  • Design your own ring
  • 3D rotational videos

The platform can be implemented as a standalone website or integrated into an existing site. The W.R. Cobb Online sales and support team provides assistance needed during the implementation and/or maintenance process.

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