Buttercrane’s Argento Store launches Charity Friendship bracelet

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Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
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Argento, Northern Ireland’s largest jewellery retailer has launched its sixth consecutive design collaboration with Concern Worldwide (Concern).

Model’s Katie Larmour and Dwayne Kerr lend their support to Argento’s new fundraising initiative for Concern Worldwide (Concern)

The local business has commissioned the design of a unisex friendship bracelet embossed with the Concern logo, which is to be sold in its Buttercrane Shopping Centre store and online, with 100% proceeds going to the international development charity. Retailing at only £5.00, the bracelet is the perfect stocking filler for the festive season. The unique piece of jewellery symbolises the seven year corporate partnership between Argento and Concern and the special meaning behind the handcrafted piece that will help support the charity’s work in 25 of the world’s poorest countries. Fiona Denvir, Owner of the Argento store in Buttercrane Shopping Centre said: “We are extremely proud to offer customers the chance to buy this unique friendship bracelet, which is the perfect stocking filler for Christmas. “We hope our customers will enjoy buying the bracelet in the knowledge that 100% of the money will go towards helping give communities in developing countries a brighter future.” Deirdre Murphy, Corporate Relationship Manager for Concern added: “We are delighted that for the seventh consecutive year Argento has released another piece of stunning jewellery on behalf of Concern. “The handcrafted friendship bracelet brings to life the relationship between both organisations and allows the consumer to connect with the work Concern is doing to tackle hunger in some of the world’s poorest countries.” To purchase one of Argento’s unique pieces for Concern visit the Buttercrane Shopping Centre store or online at www.argento.co.uk

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