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Pandora rewards loyal clients at five

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In every season of gifting or special occasion, jewellery continues to top the wish list for women. This is why the world’s best-selling jewelry brand Pandora, which represents self-expression and definition, in commemoration of its five years in Nigeria, recently rewarded loyal clients.

Alongside other prizes, three lucky clients from all the regions in Nigeria won N1000, 000, N75, 000 and N50, 000 vouchers meant for purchases respectively.

The event which took place at the Pandora store, Palms Mall Lekki, was held in style as customers trooped in, in numbers, to be part of the celebration in the store that displayed delicate rings, stackable bracelets, sets of detailed earrings and necklaces that give women the unparalleled fashion expressiveness that distinguishes them from the crowd.

Regional Manager Lagos Store, Iheoma Nwaezike said: “The 5th anniversary is basically a celebration of our clients. We have been giving out discounts on different products between 15-30 per cent on gift items. We have also done the same for our charms bracelets. Also, with a raffle draw for our lucky clients who won the three different vouchers of N100, 000, N75, 000 and N50, 000 to make purchases in Pandora. The idea behind Pandora is to express yourself through our gold, silver and rose gold jewelleries. Pandora helps you define yourself in style, you get to tell who you are, celebrate yourself and family, occasion, achievements, and milestones through our different collections.”

Regional Manager Oluwatosin Ogunade said: “Pandora is about women who interpreted and style themselves through our different designs. After opening the first store in Lagos, the company has since grown to 11 outlets with eight stores in Nigeria and three in Ghana. We are a woman-owned and managed organisation, so we understand what women want.


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