Lavalier Partners with IGI to Offer Customer Discounts, Education
Customers with an IGI report can receive up to 10 percent off and access to educational content.
Via the collaboration, Lavalier will offer discounted premiums, up to 10 percent off, to customers who provide an official IGI grading report.
The insurer will also share educational content, including information about appraisals, lab-grown gemstones, and jewelry-specific insurance coverage versus homeowners or renters policies.
“IGI has been renowned as a trusted leader in grading and reporting for almost 50 years,” said Lavalier Vice President Lorelle Henry.
“As IGI and Lavalier each continue to expand and innovate within our prospective areas of expertise, this partnership is a very natural progression to collectively offer enhanced services and education to our jewelry customers.”
IGI North America President Avi Levy said, "Collaborating with Lavalier will not only provide our valued consumers with enhanced protection for their precious jewelry but also empower them with the knowledge and confidence that comes from working with two trusted industry leaders.”
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