Portmeirion Group Launches U.S. Website

PortmeirionWebsite2013NEW YORK-Portmeirion Group has launched its U.S. retail website, www.portmeirion.com, along with new social media channels for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. The introductions are timed to coordinate with the 75th anniversary celebration of the Spode Christmas Tree collection.

"Until now, Portmeirion, Spode, Pimpernel and Royal Worchester collectors would have to search various online sources to purchase our collections," said Wendy Motlaq, corporate president of Portmeirion Group. "Our new U.S. website will be a priceless resource, gathering all our collections in one easy-to-use shopping experience. We also look forward to engaging with our fans and collectors through social media--keeping them informed of new introductions and learning more about their interests."

Spode's Christmas Tree is a well-known holiday design around the world, introduced in 1938.

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