Supplier News: Week of Feb. 3

Arch Crown Releases New 2020 Catalog

Retail technology supplier Arch Crown has released its 2020 Tag & Label Plus Bar Code Technology catalog—48 pages of stock, preprinted, and custom-printed tags and labels, a full line of bar code technology products, and more.

The company is also offering custom thermal transfer tags with company logos, pricing, and product descriptions, available with or without bar codes, and a selection of other tags suited to a variety of retailers’ needs.

Arch Crown’s bar code package gives retailers what they need to print and scan bar code tags from their own computers, with design software for Windows. Finally, plastic molded relief tags offer a tamper-resistant, secure option for internet sales, removable only by cutting, thereby minimizing unauthorized returns.

For more information and to order your own catalog, visit archcrown.com.

Tacori Selects Final Winner of Its Love Tacori Contest

California-based jeweler Tacori announced the final winner of its Love Tacori contest, a social media–based campaign that asked its fans to share photos of themselves trying on its jewelry at their local Tacori retailers.

The last of five winners is West Virginia–based Jessica Fauber, who visited Lewisburg Diamond & Gold in Lewisburg. Fauber will be awarded $20,000 in Tacori jewelry.

Fauber shared her story in response to her win, in a statement from Tacori:

“My #lovetacori story is one that might humor a few. I received my first and only pair of Tacori earrings for Valentine’s a few years ago from my husband. Among all of my jewelry pieces, this one particular pair has always been my favorite. My dear friend owns a jewelry store here in Lewisburg, appropriately named Lewisburg Diamond and Gold. She always has my wish list to share with my husband for birthday and anniversaries—many of which are Tacori pieces. So several times while hanging out, she mentioned to me to come into her store to sign up for this #LoveTacori contest. ‘OK, OK,’ I kept saying. I would get busy and forget. But thankfully, I have a persistent and wonderful friend who finally convinced me to go into her lovely store and take a picture with a stunning piece of jewelry. I am certainly glad I did! My husband is also glad. I believe he is ‘off the hook’ for buying jewelry for a while! Also, I have two daughters who are very excited about this prize. I feel beyond blessed!”

This was the first-ever direct-to-store campaign for Tacori. “We were so excited to see that our Love Tacori campaign ignited our community of Tacori lovers all across the country and Canada, and the winners came from varied backgrounds across North America, said senior vice president of marketing and PR for Tacori, Michelle Chila, in a press release. “Getting the opportunity to connect with our community and fans of the brand was a constant reminder of why we do what we do.”

For more information on the contest’s winners, visit tacori.com/love-tacori-winners.

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