Whew....the Christmas rush is behind us and we can relax a little before the new year begins. Hope everyone had a great Channukah or Christmas and our best wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Thanks go out to all our loyal customers who made 2010 a successful year for us in spite of the oil spill and bad economy. Without you, we would not have survived.
We are looking forward to a wonderful 2011 and hope to see all those familiar faces in the shop throughout the year.
Our big Tucson buying trip begins January 28, and we are preparing our shopping list right now. If you have any special requests for beads, rocks and minerals, rough material, stones, findings etc. please let us know and we'll do our best to bring back those items. You can email us at email@example.com or stop by the store with your request.
We have plans to expand our gemstone offerings, as well as our custom design services. We'll be looking for new findings, beads and other unusual materials while in Tucson in order to offer more variety in our ever increasing inventory.
New group classes will be starting in February, and our private classes will resume in January. Look for exciting new seed bead weaving group classes, and additional private courses as well!
For those of you who are feeling financially "tapped out" after the holidays, don't forget that we are still buying gold and silver. Prices for these precious metals are continuing to rise, and you may be surprised at the value of your old chain, jewelry, and silverware. We pay top prices and will give you extra credit if you use your credit toward a new purchase from our store. We hope to expand our gold buying services to include private jewelry parties in our area, so watch for the announcement in the upcoming future.
Again, a Happy New Year to everyone. We hope to see you soon!
Friday, December 17, 2010
Daily Gold Update! Gold is $1368.50 an ounce! Silver is $28.78 an ounce! There is still time to make money for the holidays by selling your gold and silver. Also, refer a friend and receive 10% referral credit for the amount they sell! The store credits are stacking up! So many of you get to go shopping for free!