We offer our customers a way to shop from home and avoid the stress and this allows them to enjoy great values and get the most out of the holiday.
Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
Jewelry Television® (JTV), the largest broadcast shopping network focused exclusively on the sale of fine jewelry and loose gemstones, today announced the details of its President’s Day sale. The 24-hour special savings event begins at 12:01 a.m. EST on Monday, Feb. 20 and offers customers a way to enjoy reduced prices on select merchandise.
“President’s Day has always been a popular time to shop, but nobody really wants to deal with the hassle of driving all over town, fighting the crowds,” said Natalie Parman, vice president of merchandising at Jewelry Television. “We offer our customers a way to shop from home and avoid the stress and this allows them to enjoy great values and get the most out of the holiday.”
JTV’s President’s Day Sale features red, white and blue price reductions with jewelry and gemstones savings determined by a color scale. Items designated with red specials will be available at 40 to 80 percent off, white specials feature items at 30 to 40 percent off and blue specials denote 20 to 30 percent off.
“At Jewelry Television, we pride ourselves in making the most extensive varieties of gems and jewelry available to the public,” said Parman. “Our President’s Day sale is a way for customers to get the best selections we have to offer, at drastically reduced prices.”
About Jewelry Television®
Jewelry Television® (JTV) is the only broadcast shopping network that focuses exclusively on the sale of fine jewelry and gemstones. The privately-held company was founded in 1993 and broadcasts high definition programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to over 80 million unique households in the U.S. Jewelry Television® was recently ranked the 14th largest retailer of fine jewelry in the U.S. by National Jeweler. JTV.com is the fifth largest jewelry destination on the internet according to Internet Retailer’s Top 500 Guide for 2010. For more information, visit JTV.com.