Want to Take Your Next Zoom Call from a Pearl Farm? CPAA Shows You How.
New York, N.Y. Sept 15, 2020. The Cultured Pearl Association of America (CPAA) has teamed up with some of its pearl-producer friends to offer a chance to Zoom against a virtual pearl-theme background!
Now available are stunning backdrops from pearl farms in Fiji, the Philippines, and Indonesia as well as beautiful loose pearl shots by Ted Morrison for the CPAA. As most individuals continue to work remotely, these pearl-theme images can serve as a fun way to connect in the ether. Look as if you’ve left your house without the hassle of airport screenings or subway trips!
“The images are a fun way for pearl lovers to connect during this unprecedented time,” explains Jennifer Heebner, executive director. “Tour the Jewelmer farms in the Sulu and Philippine Seas, see an Atlas pearl operation up close in the Aljui Bay in Indonesia, or take a boat ride with Justin Hunter of J. Hunter Pearls Fiji, or grade pearls with one of his top staffers. CPAA is looking to add some levity to new daily routines that limit travel, so we hope the shots will put a few smiles on the faces of pearl fans.”
To access the images, click here.
CPAA is a nonprofit founded in 1957. The group comprises the finest manufacturers, wholesalers, dealers, and suppliers of cultured pearls in the United States, and its goals are to improve retail marketability of pearls and cultivate demand among consumers. Through promotion, education, public relations, and unwavering commitment to the category, CPAA aims to inspire an authentic passion for all cultured pearl varieties. For more information about becoming a certified pearl expert, please visit PearlsAsOne.org. To learn more about the Cultured Pearl Association of America, please visit CPAA.org.
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