Lavish, is a new eco-friendly jewelry cleaner that is 100% biodegradable, easy to use, safe for all gems and metals, and proud to be made in the USA. Two simple steps, apply the foam, wait 30 seconds, rinse and wear. No harsh chemicals, messy liquids, tubs, trays or wipes.Larry Rodgers, creator of Lavish and founder of Gem Technologies, LLC, is a third generation jeweler who understands the importance of customer service and constant promotion.
“The jewelry industry has been facing tough times the last few years, it’s more important than ever to ‘wow’ your customers with exceptional customer service and find promotional tools to keep your customers interested,” says Rodgers. “Many of our clients use Lavish as a promotional tool with their logo alongside the Lavish logo.”
With the ability for retailers to offer a product with their logo, Lavish is an ideal “gift with purchase” retailers can offer their clients.
Rodgers said that after the initial test group, “the results were phenomenal. Clients were coming back for more to give away and referring their friends into the stores to get it. We even have stores refer it to their competition.”
Rodgers spent 8 years perfecting the formula and his goal was, “to make a cleaner that is gentle to the earth and capable of cleaning your entire jewelry collection, including precious and semi precious gems, gold, platinum, silver, even costume jewelry.” Although Lavish has only been on the market a short time, it has generated impressive results from a client base that spans from Hawaii to New York.
Lavish is available at fine jewelry retailers nationwide. Gem Technologies, LLC is currently offering to create a private label with the store’s logo and contact information at no additional charge. “We’ve found that having private labels made for individual shops creates a selling buzz. Customers are constantly giving their bottles over to friends and family, and they end up bringing in new customers just from word of mouth.”
Lavish will be on display at the Atlanta Jewelry Show August 6-8, 2011 in booth #1537.