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The jewelry store’s owner, Paul Schneider, talks about this decision and the role man-made diamonds will play in the industry going forward.
He served as the retailer’s secretary and treasurer, and loved spending time outdoors and being with his family.
Peter Smith read an article recently suggesting the opposite and found it very irritating. Here’s why.
Jim Ackerman encourages jewelers to get to prospects very early in their buying journey, perhaps before they even realize that they want to buy jewelry.
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R.F. Moeller Jeweler is transitioning to the next generation of leadership. Here’s how the family made the deal come together with minimal angst.
The Little Rock, Ark. native worked in his family’s jewelry store and loved dogs, NASCAR and spending time with his friends.
How do you know when your jewelry line or brand is ready for public relations? Lilian Raji will tell you.
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