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The organization was founded in the 1960s to support independently-owned businesses.
Recovering jewelry designer Jacqueline Stone shares four tips for building and retaining a solid email subscriber base.
In his latest Squirrel Spotting column, Peter Smith chats with Kevin and Kathi Main about why they closed their California jewelry store.
She ran the longtime Lexington jewelry store alongside her husband for decades, then on her own after his death in 1989.
Tom Cunningham, owner of the Michigan jewelry store Yax Jewelers, is retiring to spend more time with his family and his golf clubs.
National Jeweler reached out to five retailers to see how they fared through the shutdown and gauge their feelings on the year ahead.
After stints at a Brooklyn museum and hotel, the creative selling concept has made a move to its first traditional retail set-up.
The retailer will send one couple to six cities to scout out the most romantic locations to pop the question.
They include providing personalized service and having somewhere customers can sit and charge their smartphones, Emmanuel Raheb writes.
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