The Leap Year event is a way to offer an extra day of savings at the same level of excellence our customers have come to expect from JTV.
Knoxville, Tenn. (PRWEB) February 27, 2012
Jewelry Television® (JTV), the world’s largest retailer of fine jewelry and loose gemstones, has announced a special Leap Year one day sales event to take place on Wednesday, Feb. 29.
Leap Year occurs only once every four years and this year JTV customers can take advantage of an extra day of savings on jewelry, gemstones, pearls, watches, diamonds and more.
There are numerous legends surrounding Leap Year, but each centers on the theme of women being empowered, including traditions in centuries past giving them the opportunity to wear trousers as well as propose marriage.
“JTV’s customer-base is predominantly female,” said Dan Chase, vice president of merchandising at Jewelry Television. “On this extra day of 2012, we wanted to celebrate these empowered women by providing all our customers with another chance to shop some amazing values.”
Throughout the day on Feb. 29, Jewelry Television will feature special offers such as 29 percent off select items and $3.66 shipping.
“We take a great deal of pride in our worldwide buying power, bringing customers unique offerings at values that are unmatched,” he said. “The Leap Year event is a way to offer an extra day of savings at the same level of excellence our customers have come to expect from JTV.”
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.