Ruby Lane Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary with $15 Shop Set-Up Fee
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http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/8knews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130202:nBw016026a SAN FRANCISCO--(Business Wire)-- To help celebrate their 15 year anniversary, Ruby Lane has reduced its Shop Set-up Fee to $15. "With an entire year full of 15 year anniversary promotions, we wanted to extend our celebration, beyond our current buyers and sellers, to include new shop owners," says Palmer Pekarek, Director of Communications and New Business Development at Ruby Lane. Beginning on February 1, 2013, through December 31, 2013, new shops to Ruby Lane will only pay $15 to set-up their shops on the site (a $60 saving). "Over the years, many Internet businesses have come and gone, Ruby Lane has remained steadfast. When the site was first launched, e-commerce was a new frontier. We are proud of our long history of partnering with our sellers. Our goal has always been to make buying and selling antiques accessible and effortless," says Pekarek. With a robust community of more than 2,600 shop owners, and over 500,000 items on the site, visit Ruby Lane and see why it's considered one of the finest antique and vintage collectibles sites online. Visit www.RubyLane.com About Ruby Lane Since 1998, Ruby Lane has brought together individually-owned shops offering unique items from around the world. Today, Ruby Lane offers more than 500,000 items in inventory ranging from antique furniture to depression glass, fine china, vintage jewelry, heirloom linens, books, stamps, paintings, sculpture, hand-blown glass, and ceramics from more than 2,600 shops. Visit www.RubyLane.com. Ruby Lane Palmer Pekarek, 303-669-9382 Palmer@Rubylane.com Copyright Business Wire 2013
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