Robbins Brothers and Alex and Ani Get Engaged To Benefit Dress For Success

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Robbins Brothers to host an exclusive customer holiday shopping event with 15% of all Alex and Ani sales donated to Dress for Success Riverside.

Alex and Ani available at Robbins Brothers

We’re excited to offer customers meaningful gift ideas during the holidays

Robbins Brothers, The Engagement Ring Store® announces the launch of Alex and Ani jewelry in its Torrance and Riverside, CA stores. The retailer will carry signature Alex and Ani collections such as Charity by Design, Zodiacs, Birthstone, Because I Love You and Initials to name a few.

The collaboration is a natural fit for both brands which strive to inspire shoppers with symbolic jewelry. This year Robbins Brothers expands its non-bridal selection for single, engaged and married consumers who seek to shop for a cause. Alex and Ani continues to create eco-conscious jewelry and accessories to positively empower and connect humanity. The products are infused with love and positive energy.

In celebration of the product launch, Robbins Brothers will host an Alex and Ani 'Charmed By Charity' event at the Riverside store this Saturday, December 3 from 3-5p.m. Guests will be able to enjoy refreshments as they shop the newest collections including various empowerment bracelets. They can also learn specific ways to support the Dress for Success mission as representatives will be in attendance. 15% of all Alex and Ani sales will be donated to the charity.

"We’re excited to offer customers meaningful gift ideas during the holidays with the new Alex and Ani collection," said Kim McGillick, Director of Merchandise Operations for Robbins Brothers. "We’re even more appreciative for the opportunity to give back to the community by partnering with Dress for Success. We work with the organization often and their mission to help disadvantaged women in the workplace is admirable."

To learn more and RSVP for the event, visit Facebook.

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Tracey Lyles