New York, NY (PRWEB) July 8, 2010
The Nobel® brand of quality Swiss-made timepieces, http://www.nobelwatch.com, is proud to present a once-in-a-lifetime business opportunity: the purchase of the Nobel brand name, including the existing inventory of watches and parts, or consideration of proposed alternative investment initiatives.
Only the Nobel name is instantly associated with man’s greatest achievements and none other can rank above it for excellence, authenticity and performance. A name of this caliber would take a lifetime to establish, to say nothing of the cost.
The Nobel Watch collection, which retails from $275.00 to $750.00, is perfectly positioned to attract today’s new value-seeking consumer.
The acquisition of the Nobel brand name endows the new owner with powerful and immediate benefits:
- A global brand name with total consumer awareness and acceptance.
- Watch trademarks in the United States, European Union, India, Japan and Mexico.
- An established global branded empire virtually overnight.
- Savings of millions of dollars to create a brand in an overcrowded marketplace.
Nobel Watch will entertain only the most responsible offers. To place this into perspective, an offer of $1.8 million was recently rejected by Nobel management.
All solicitations will be held in strictest confidence and may be considered for brand name ownership exclusively or include existing inventory of watches and parts. Alternative investment proposals will be considered.
Nobel Watch, which has been marketed mainly in the Caribbean as well as the United States for seventeen years, recently presented President and Mrs. Barack Obama with inscribed Nobel watches commemorating the President’s Nobel Peace Prize.
Nobel has also created limited edition watches with the “Law & Order” logo imprinted on the dial for the cast members of the popular NBC-TV Show. Jerry Orbach & Benjamin Bratt were honored by the watch brand for their performance in the Emmy Award-winning series. Nobel Watch has presented many others with its timepieces including President Bill Clinton (during his Presidential campaign with the slogan, “Time for Change”) and New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
For more information, contact Sheldon Marks 917-545-5467 or shelly(at)skmbranding.com.
“You Don’t Have To Be A Nobel Prize Winner To Wear A NOBEL Watch”