Some customers are ordering an entire series, and many are repeat buyers.
Reading, PA (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
Sterling silver charms representing iconic Philadelphia themes were announced by The City Charm Company. The Liberty Bell, LOVE statue, Independence Hall, Benjamin Franklin, Boathouse Row, Cheese Steak, and Philly Pretzel are available for immediate delivery. The US-made charms are compatible with Pandora, Trollbeads, and with City Charms slide bracelet systems.
The charm collection is the brainchild of Justin Bortz, a Reading, PA area jeweler, with the help of his business partners, David Johnson and Gary Brown. The trio have a strong sense of community, donating 10% of profits from the sale of Philadelphia-themed charm to Project Home, an organization working to end homelessness in Philadelphia.
City Charms are now available on their new website at http://www.CityCharmCo.com. The site, designed and developed by Power Marketing International focuses on ease of use and features intuitive navigation, single-page checkout, online gift certificates, and free shipping with a minimum $95 purchase. "We've had incredible online success since launching our new website," said business partner Gary Brown. "Some customers are ordering an entire series, and many are repeat buyers."
In addition to the Philadelphia series, collections are available with Lancaster, PA and Reading, PA themes. Additional charm sets are planned for Boston, Atlanta, and Baltimore, with more cities to follow.
About The City Charm Company:
The City Charm Company creates jewelry of regional significance for sale to the public, companies and organizations. All custom jewelry sales include a donation to charity. City-themed sterling silver charms and accessories may be ordered online at http://www.CityCharmCo.com.
About Power Marketing International:
Power Marketing International is marketing and website design and development firm located near Reading, PA. PMI develops robust websites designed to achieve maximum search engine results and high online conversion rates. Find them at http://www.PowerMarketingInternational.com.