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It’s not too late to call your best customers and find out who they still need to shop for this holiday season, Sherry Smith writes.
A new survey yields insights into engagement ring preferences, how modern jewelry advertising should look and more.
A 62-year-old jeweler with a shop in downtown L.A. was killed inside his store last month.
See what the 12 independent jewelers interviewed by National Jeweler had to say about Thanksgiving weekend sales, their bestsellers and how the pandemic has changed their businesses.
The Pima County Health Department denied the organization’s application to hold the event in February due to the ongoing pandemic.
In-store Black Friday sales were muted this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic while online sales flourished.
The money went to Americares, a charity supplying protective equipment to essential workers and frontline responders.
The buying group will use its own platform to connect retailers and vendors.
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