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Ohio Jeweler Considers Itself “the Happiest Business in the World”

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Store celebrates its 65th anniversary as a family business.

Miller’s Diamond Jewelry of Mansfield, Ohio, is celebrating 65 years as a family business, the Richland Source reports. According to the article, current owners Mike and Deb Miller took over the business from his father in 1997, a year after the couple returned from stints in New York City and California. Deb handles the finances, and Mike performs various tasks, including repair and sales. Mike, who worked as an actor in New York, also is CEO of the local performing arts center. The store employs two salespeople, and the couple’s son and daughter work there, too. “We sometimes say we’re in the happiest business in the world,” Mike says. “There’s a lot of joy that comes in the door.”

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