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Brad Kodak of W. Kodak Jewelers discusses the biggest challenge facing independents today, margins, and marketing what type of lab reports the store uses.  
Asaad Malak of Malak Jewelers in Charlotte, N.C. shares how he turns strangers into friends and first-time visitors into lifelong clients. 
One jewelry store in the Midwest is harnessing the power of social media and hashtags to attract younger consumers.  
Brides-to-be who purchase a Tacori engagement ring at one Florida jeweler’s trunk show this month will have the option to borrow up to $100,000 in jewelry for their wedding day, a promotion the store is calling “Something Borrowed.”  
Marlene Richey hopes to ignite a digital conversation with jewelers and designers through a series of articles she’ll file on The Studio, the blog of jewelry supply company Rio Grande. 
Local business owners in a popular Colorado resort town are calling for its government to impose restrictions on the number of permits granted to pop-up shops they say take advantage of the most profitable weeks of the year. 
A watch thief in Palm Beach has been arrested and sent to jail after a diligent jeweler recognized it as belonging to a fellow jeweler and friend. 
After teaching women in Zambia how to make jewelry, Georgia jewelry store owner Doug Meadows is moving on to a second project in Africa: establishing a business school in Kenya. 
A Florida couple has risen above the snafu of accidentally donating a $6,000 engagement ring to Goodwill, thanks to the generosity of the staff at a family-owned jewelry store. 
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