Washington, DC — The Benson Watch Company, a Black owned watch company has released ‘The Phoenix’ – the newest addition to its signature watch line via PurchaseBlack.com and its mobile app. The Phoenix is the sequel to the company’s popular ‘Cardinal I.’ The luxury timepiece will retail for $299 with only 100 quantities each of two styles.
“Working with Benson Watch has been a great opportunity. My customers demand luxury and high quality—Benson’s products consistently deliver” said Brian AM Williams, founder of PurchaseBlack.com “We have sold out of his products on numerous occasions, and expect to do so again. They are hot items!”
‘The Phoenix’ watch is now available for pre-order and will be for sale on Purchase Black until they are gone. This is a limited edition watch and only limited quantities are available. Once sold out they will be discontinued.
“The purpose of Purchase Black is to empower the Black community, by making it easy for people of any background to buy from quality Black owned businesses with confidence” said Mr. Williams “We understand that just being Black owned simply isn’t enough. So we’ve set high standards for our merchants to ensure that when you shop with us, your dollar goes further and you are getting the best product. With Benson’s customer service, community support, and very high quality, it’s a natural fit between PurchaseBlack and Benson Watch Company.”
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About Purchase Black
PurchaseBlack.com is a curated online marketplace & mobile application selling products from exceptional Black owned businesses that sell by invitation only. They want to change the conversation surrounding Black owned businesses to have them reflect the excellence contained within this business community. They aim to make it easy for the world to enjoy and support Black owned businesses and make a positive impact through conscious commerce. They will encourage intentional spending for the betterment of communities everywhere because our business is to make a difference that matters.
Arrie L. Ledley