Zero Returns, LLC Launches Wehi Lani Body Jewelry Company

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Wehi Lani is Hawaiian for “Heavenly Adornment.” The company aims to translate the beauty and tranquility of the Hawaiian islands into their jewelry.

Wehi Lani Tropical Fish Belly Button Ring (WL114)

“I grew tired of seeing the same models of low quality jewelry offered at every mall kiosk and in every spinning store display,” company founder Rachel Happe said.

Zero Returns, LLC, is proud to announce the launch of its associate company, Wehi Lani. Wehi Lani sells body jewelry, and is currently specializing in belly button rings.

Wehi Lani is run by twenty-year-old college student Rachel Happe. Rachel is the daughter of David Happe, owner of several successful businesses, including the #1 best selling brand of personal protection alarms in the country, Vigilant Personal Protection Systems. She has been working part time for her dad’s corporations for the past several years. Happe was inspired to start the business by looking at current offerings of belly button rings.

“I grew tired of seeing the same models of low quality jewelry offered at every mall kiosk and in every spinning store display,” Happe said.

She is excited for the chance to bring a variety of unique, high quality jewelry to customers nationwide.

    Wehi Lani is Hawaiian for “Heavenly Adornment.” The company aims to translate the beauty and tranquility of the Hawaiian islands into their jewelry. Their website, http://www.wehilani.com, features a blog entitled “A Glimpse of the Islands.” The blog features pictures and commentary from various locations around the Hawaiian Islands. Also featured on the website is the new line of belly button rings currently for sale including a playful tropical fish, a bejeweled palm tree, and a beautiful ship’s wheel.

    To view the complete line of jewelry from Wehi Lani, or to browse beautiful Hawaiian pictures on their blog, visit http://www.wehilani.com. For further information on Wehi Lani (a division of Zero Returns, LLC.) contact Rachel Happe at (952) 886-7404.

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