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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM MYBRILLIANTSTAR!

Happy New Year 2017

Vancouver, B.C., December 31, 2016

Happy New Year 2017!

Another year has passed and 2016 officially comes to an end. We, MyBrilliantStar, would like to thank everyone who accompanied us throughout the year. We would like to thank our customers, partners, friends, and family members along with everyone else who has supported us and made this 2016 a success! 

As we now prepare for New Year’s Eve and for the up and coming year, we take this time to appreciate the simplicity and gentleness of our Herrnhut Stars. As a perfect home and office decoration, it illuminates and embellishes positive energy as a perfect start to the New Year.

As 2017 progresses, we look forward to staying in contact and providing excellent service to our customers and partners. We recognize the importance of maintaining healthy relationships and hope to do business with you in the upcoming year!

For all news related information on new products and promotions, visit our social media outlets to stay up to date! You can like us on facebook and follow us Instagram, twitter, pinterest, and youtube etc. Our web shop has all our news gathered in which you can stay in tune with our company!

Warm regards and blessings for the New Year 2017!
www.mybrilliantstar.com





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