(WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.) – Rembrandt Charms is pleased to announce the addition of Account Executives Caroline Bonalsky and Jennifer Urbaniak to its sales team. The company also welcomes Maria Tracy as a Regional Account Manager.
Bonalsky comes to Rembrandt Charms from Florida where she worked with a fragrance distributor, managing Bvlgari, Hermès and Beaute Prestige International brands in the Caribbean. She also holds ten years of retail management experience.
“I am very excited to join the Rembrandt Charms team,” states Caroline. “I have always considered taking care of a client as a personal investment. It will be my goal to build strong relationships with my Rembrandt Charms accounts and assist them in increasing their business.”
Urbaniak worked as a Visual Merchandiser for Pandora in the Western New York State and Erie, PA areas. She also worked for Viva International representing Guess and Marciano by Guess Eyewear to the independent optical eyewear channel. Jen has hands-on experience in the jewelry industry having run her own small business creating handmade jewelry from glass. She formerly served as the Vice Chair of the Art Glass Association. “I am thrilled at the opportunity to work for an industry leader,” expresses Jennifer. “My focus will be on bringing new business opportunities to the company along with growing established accounts.”
“We are very pleased to have two diversely talented individuals join our team,” states Jim Honsberger, Vice President of Sales & Customer Service. “Caroline and Jen are bringing a multitude of ideas, knowledge and experience to Rembrandt Charms. We believe they will blend perfectly with our existing account executives to create a singular dynamic sales force.”
Maria Tracy will assume the role of Regional Account Manager, residing in Langhorne, PA, and will service stores in PA, NJ and DE along with select accounts throughout the country. “Rembrandt Charms is very well-known and respected in the industry,” asserts Maria. “I am overjoyed to have been given the opportunity to represent them in the field.”