A Jewelry Brand’s Guide To Reaching The Celebrations Industry

It was found by Mark Rubinstein of Coral Springs during Florida’s official Burmese python hunt last winter. He was hunting in a remote, swampy area west of Miami where two planes went down: Eastern Flight 401 in 1972 and ValuJet Flight 592 in 1996. Rubinstein hoped to return the penny-sized pendant with diamonds circling a cross of sapphires to the family of one of the crash victims. However, the executive director of the National Air Disaster Alliance/Foundation said Thursday that none of the families who lost loved ones aboard the ValuJet flight have claimed the piece. The grassroots air safety organization represents crash survivors and victims’ families. “The ValuJet family members have been well informed about the pendant, however, no one has said it belonged to their loved one,” Gail Dunham said in an e-mail. http://www.chicemma.com/
Source: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/11/15/burned-jewelry-found-in-everglades-still-unclaimed/

(KABC) — An imposter who said he knew Nick Cannon is suspected of stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from Fred Segal in Santa Monica. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the store got a call from someone posing as a representative for Cannon, a comedian and TV show host and husband of pop music superstar Mariah Carey. The caller said Cannon needed jewelry, so an employee of the store packed up several thousand dollars worth of jewelry, brought it to the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood and handed it off to a man posing as Cannon’s security guard. That man said he’ll bring it up to Cannon, but instead disappeared with the loot. To most people, a carefree exchange of pricey jewels may sound fishy, but celebrity stylist Laurie Brucker says high-priced deliveries like this happen all the time when trend-setting celebrities are involved. “It’s very possible that this can happen,” said Brucker.
Source: http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?id=9331005

Jewelry store first to move into 300 East Main

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013 Ancient jewelry stolen from top Macedonian museum Sponsored Links The Associated Press SKOPJE, Macedonia Macedonian police say 166 artifacts, including gold and silver jewelry, dating from the 4th century A.D. have been stolen from storage in the country’s biggest museum. Police said Tuesday that an organized crime ring is thought to be behind the theft, and the antiquities are believed to have been sold abroad. Authorities are still uncertain when the pieces were taken from the Museum of Macedonia in central Skopje.
Source: http://www.ajc.com/news/ap/crime/ancient-jewelry-stolen-from-top-macedonian-museum/nbxsX/

You get the impression that these suspects knew what they were doing, Sgt. Gregory Lyon of the Atlanta Police Department told ABC News affiliate WSB-TV . At one point in the footage, one of the robbers appears to threaten a store employee to move into a rear room, the intruders are then seen exiting the store with their loot. Atlanta police say it took three robbers less than a minute to steal $5 million dollars worth of jewelry. Credit: WSB/ABC News No one was injured during the heist but, according to a police report obtained by WSB-TV, one of the robbers threatened to shoot store employees if they didnt lie face down in a rear room. Police say they have released the surveillance video in hopes someone will recognize any of the robbers.
Source: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2013/11/one-minute-theft-nets-5m-in-jewelry-from-atlanta-store/

Jewelry is also a popular gift option for Mothers Day. More than one-third of consumers planned to buy jewelry for their moms in 2013. Even if no gift is required for the occasion, many consumers want to look and feel their best for a party, and that includes buying a new necklace or pair of earrings to complete their outfit. These are choices that consumers place a vested interest in because they want to convey a strong fashion sense to friends and family at the event. At-home jewelry parties are also incredibly popular. Women, especially moms, relish the opportunity to spend a night with their girlfriends enjoying cocktails, appetizers, and the comfort of shopping at home.
Source: http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/advisor/jewelry-brand-guide-reaching-celebrations-industry-153041247.html

New shoppers are finding Camerons. Smith said she has already seen increased foot traffic from new and old customers since the store opened. The residents of Carrboro are very supportive of the new business, Smith said. Theyve stopped by to congratulate the owners on opening and have brought by food and encouragement, she said. They have been so sweet, Smith said. Chapel Hill resident Jim Sheedy also attended the grand opening to support his daughter.
Source: http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2013/11/jewelry-store-first-to-move-into-300-east-main

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