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Jewelry Store in Fishers Closing; Going Out of Business Sale Coming Soon

Fishers, IN. – Nov. 27, 2018 – Jason Hunt has been in the jewelry business since he was a teenager helping out at Gold Fever, a store his parents opened 30 years ago in Kokomo.

Hunt, who’s enjoyed designing, crafting and repairing jewelry for decades, eventually branched out, opening Jewelry Gallery about 30 miles south in Westfield in 2003.

Business was going so well he decided to open a second store in Fishers in 2012, an area with immense population growth. But as a bench jeweler by heart, he’s since decided to focus his efforts on the custom design of jewelry and on the original Westfield store.

Going out of business sale

A going out of business sale at the Fishers location that’s open to the public begins on Tuesday, November 27 at 10 a.m. Highlights include major markdowns on beautiful jewelry inside the 1,300-square-foot store, ranging from sterling silver pieces starting as low as $15 to stunning diamond engagement rings up to $10,000 (and more).

Expect discounts starting at 55% and as much as 70% (some exclusions apply).

The store also sells wedding bands, earrings, necklaces and designs in yellow and white gold, silver, platinum and precious stones. Hunt regularly travels to Bangkok to buy high-quality gemstones including sapphires, rubies and diamonds. The store also carries Bulova and Citizen watches.

A good percentage of the store’s inventory is one-of-a-kind, custom pieces. Hunt designs some of those pieces.

“They absolutely won’t find these anywhere else,” he said.

Store’s niche

Both the Fishers and Westfield locations are known for their close-out products and great prices, saving customers a significant amount of money. “That’s what keeps them coming back,” Hunt said.

“My regular customers know this,” he said. “They know they’re getting the best value for the best price, which is why we have such high customer loyalty.”

No pressure, either.

“Our sales staff is not pushy,” he said. “They don’t work on any sort of sales commission or bonus. They’re here to serve customers.”

Hunt is also particular about who he wants on his staff. His priority?

“Make customers happy,” he said. “Make them smile. Whatever they need. We’ll make it happen.”

Want to go?

Jewelry Gallery Going out of Business Sale
Fishers Town Center location only
8395 E. 116th St. (by Taylor’s Bakery)
Fishers, Ind. 46038

Public Liquidation starts Tuesday, November 27 at 10 a.m.

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