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video: Cranston jeweler Alex and Ani takes made-in-USA pride to London

Monday, August 06, 2012

 

Alex and Ani, a jewelry company based in Cranston, RI, is representing their hometown and their country as an official licensee of the Olympic Games. The highly-coveted partnership allows companies to use the iconic Olympic Rings on their products, a symbol recognized by over 90-percent of the world.

Alex and Ani is known for their social consciousness, eco-friendly products, and made-in-America approach, a business model that they say fits well with the ideals of the United States Olympic Committee.

Their line of Team USA jewelry and Olympic charms is currently on display at the USA House in London, and can also be found on their website at www.alexandani.com

 

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