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National Jeweler columnist Peter Smith says when the leader of a business decides it’s time to make a change, everybody needs to be fully committed, or else.
A global human rights organization will recognize Arnold for first book, an account of her father and his family’s escape from Nazi persecution.
Jewelers for Children is conducting its new “Super Store Makeover Contest” from Aug. 15 to Dec.31.
The new “Super Store Makeover Contest” is a competition in which jewelers solicit donations for the charity for the chance to win money to renovate their store.
The number of jewelers, wholesalers and manufacturers that ceased operations totaled 442, up from 335 in Q1 and more than double the number seen in Q2 2015.
It will be located within Fox’s Seattle and contain the largest selection of Todd Reed jewelry outside of the brand’s own showrooms.
Craig Coyne Jewelers was one of the Ellicott City, Md. businesses severely damaged when six inches of rain fell in two hours and caused a flash flood Saturday.
In 14 snapshots, Dan Gendron takes jewelers through the steps they need to take and tools they need to own in order to properly change a watch battery.
The campaign, which introduces spinel as an additional birthstone for August, includes print, social media, radio and email.
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