Los Angeles–Zalemark Holding Company is deepening its partnership with Super Bell, tapping the manufacturer to make all its jewelry and moving into the Super Bell offices in downtown Los Angeles.
In a news release distributed recently, the two companies announced that they have signed a strategic brand manufacturing, distribution and fulfillment support agreement. Read More>>
Los Angeles, CA- Zalemark Holding Company (ZMRK) and Super Bell Jewelry have signed a strategic agreement to jointly promote, distribute, and manufacture certain highly targeted jewelry brands together. Zalemark and Super Bell have been developing a relationship for some time before reaching a mutually beneficial conclusion for both companies. Super Bell with its retail reach of over 1000 retail jewelry stores and dedicated manufacturing support will create an economy of scale allowing Zalemark to be competitive in pursuing the major big box stores and allowing them to attain their margins. Zalemark will integrate its corporate offices into Super Bell’s expansive centrally located facility in downtown Los Angeles which will encompass a showroom for the brands, trade show positioning, fulfillment and marketing support.
Super Bell’s President, Lo Huang states – “We see the potential of this relationship as a win/win for both companies – but most of all for our customers. We have attained a long retail reach, the result of over 25 years of successful sales and manufacturing support to our retailers. These primarily independent store-owners tell us they need well positioned brands to drive online to offline sales traffic. Concurrently, we will be launching LaBell, a state of the art digital portal, creating its own vertically integrated Blue Ocean jewelry supply chain market zone primarily targeting millennials by providing internet-offline shopping experiences supported locally by the independent Brick & Mortar jewelers – The LaBell Internet-Offline-Service (IoS) solution.”
Zalemark’s CEO, Raymond Ruiz states-“This winning relationship allows both companies to perform at the highest level and allows Zalemark to reach its goals in all aspects of its business and performance of its brands for the benefit of the shareholders. This has been a labor of non-stop perseverance and commitment by the Zalemark team and its supporters.”
|From left to right : Raymond Ruiz- Zalemark’s CEO, Jackie Kha- Super Bell’s Marketing & Sales Director, Lo Huang- Super Bell’s / LaBell’s CEO and President
About Zalemark Holding Company, Inc. – Zalemark Holding Company, Inc. (www.zalemark.com) is a publicly traded OTC company under the symbol, ZMRK. Zalemark is an award winning product design, development, manufacturing, and distribution Company. Zalemark develops and markets strategic brands such as Crayola®, Mars® M&Ms®, Demeter®, and other celebrity brands.
About Super Bell Jewelry (SBJ) – has been distributing a range of finely crafted jewelry primarily to the local independent jewelers across America for over 25 years. It is located in Downtown Los Angeles where its US showroom, customer service, fulfillment and marketing support teams are based. LaBell, is the sister company of SBJ, will be ready to launch at the JCK Las Vegas Show 2016. (www.labelljewelry.com)
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