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The company that makes Omega, Longines and Tissot watches reported an 11 percent drop in sales and 47 percent decrease in net income last year.
National Jeweler’s “Watch Guy,” Jess Gendron, tells jewelers how to profit from older timepieces.
The commercial featured clips from the most famous films in which Rolex watches were worn, like “Titanic,” “The Pink Panther,” “Frantic” and “Selma.”
The design brand will partner with Shinola’s parent company.
In his latest column, National Jeweler’s ‘Watch Guy’ Jess Gendron advises on the repair and maintenance of these types of timepieces.
Jeffrey Cohen will continue in his role as president of Citizen Watch America, and the two companies will operate separately.
National Jeweler’s “Watch Guy” runs the down the list of common mistakes that jewelers make that cause them to lose repair customers.
Jess Gendron takes over for his father as National Jeweler’s watch columnist and takes on comments posted on his father’s previous articles.
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