Imagine Bridal Introduces Retailer Referral Program
Retailers can get rewards for referring a new client to the company.
If the referred retailer makes an appointment with Imagine Bridal, the existing client will receive a $200 gift card or account credit.
If the referred retailer makes a purchase, both jewelers will receive a $500 gift card or account credit.
New York-based Imagine Bridal is a licensed manufacturer partner of De Beers Forevermark and is known for its engagement rings, anniversary bands, and eternity bands.
Imagine Bridal works with hundreds of independent retailers in the United States as well as mid- to large-sized chain stores.
It is rolling out the new program to “thank current clients and welcome new ones,” stating that it offers “remarkable value for present retailers as well as their referrals.”
Interested clients can enjoy the benefits of the Retailer Referral Program now by encouraging fellow retailers to make an appointment with Imagine Bridal at Luxury by JCK in Las Vegas, May 31 - June 5.
Additionally, anyone with an appointment with Imagine Bridal at JCK will receive a $40 Starbucks gift card. No purchase is necessary to receive the gift.
Imagine Bridal will be located at Salon LUX-1117.
Appointments with Imagine Bridal can be made via phone at 800-869-0708, email email@example.com, or web www.calendly.com/imaginebridal.
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