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ACS 2004: The Judges

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The Judges

Mark & Monika Clodius

Mark & Monika Clodius are the owners of Clodius & Co. Jewelers. The couple is a dynamic creative duo when it comes to the jewelry they make and the environment in which it is sold, as evidenced by the store’s co-winner status in Instore’s America’s Coolest Stores 2003 contest.

Karen Karch

Karen Karch is a maverick in American fine jewelry design. Based in New York City, she has emerged as a designer with a distinctive aesthetic that marries the past and the future. She was also co-winner of Instore’s “America’s Coolest Store” in 2003.

Linda Cahan

Linda Cahan is the principal of Cahan & Company Visual Design, with over 30 years in the visual merchandising business. Her experience includes visual merchandising for traditional department stores, specialty stores of all sizes and types, and large corporations.

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Greg Gorman

Greg Gorman is the principal of GMG DESIGN, a full service multi-disciplinary retail design consulting firm. With almost three decades of design experience, Gorman has worked with many different types of clients.

Deborah Yonick

Deborah Yonick is a veteran jewelry journalist, writing for many of the leading international trade magazines as well as penning a jewelry column for consumers that’s available online at www.thejewelrylady.info.

This story is from the August 2004 edition of INSTORE

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Time for More “Me Time”? Time to Call Wilkerson

Rick White, owner of White’s & Co. Jewelry in Rogers, Ark., knew it was time to retire. Since the age of 18, jewelry had been his life. Now it was time to get that “me time” every retailer dreams about. So, he chose Wilkerson to manage his going-out-of-business sale. White says he’d done plenty of sales on his own, but this was different. “Wilkerson has been a very, very good experience. I’ve had the best salespeople in the history of jewelry,” he says. “I recommend Wilkerson because they are really the icon of the jewelry business and going-out-of-business sales. They’ve been doing it for decades. I just think they’re the best.”

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ACS 2004: The Judges

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The Judges

Mark & Monika Clodius

Mark & Monika Clodius are the owners of Clodius & Co. Jewelers. The couple is a dynamic creative duo when it comes to the jewelry they make and the environment in which it is sold, as evidenced by the store’s co-winner status in Instore’s America’s Coolest Stores 2003 contest.

Karen Karch

Karen Karch is a maverick in American fine jewelry design. Based in New York City, she has emerged as a designer with a distinctive aesthetic that marries the past and the future. She was also co-winner of Instore’s “America’s Coolest Store” in 2003.

Linda Cahan

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Linda Cahan is the principal of Cahan & Company Visual Design, with over 30 years in the visual merchandising business. Her experience includes visual merchandising for traditional department stores, specialty stores of all sizes and types, and large corporations.

Greg Gorman

Greg Gorman is the principal of GMG DESIGN, a full service multi-disciplinary retail design consulting firm. With almost three decades of design experience, Gorman has worked with many different types of clients.

Deborah Yonick

Deborah Yonick is a veteran jewelry journalist, writing for many of the leading international trade magazines as well as penning a jewelry column for consumers that’s available online at www.thejewelrylady.info.

This story is from the August 2004 edition of INSTORE

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SPONSORED VIDEO

Time for More “Me Time”? Time to Call Wilkerson

Rick White, owner of White’s & Co. Jewelry in Rogers, Ark., knew it was time to retire. Since the age of 18, jewelry had been his life. Now it was time to get that “me time” every retailer dreams about. So, he chose Wilkerson to manage his going-out-of-business sale. White says he’d done plenty of sales on his own, but this was different. “Wilkerson has been a very, very good experience. I’ve had the best salespeople in the history of jewelry,” he says. “I recommend Wilkerson because they are really the icon of the jewelry business and going-out-of-business sales. They’ve been doing it for decades. I just think they’re the best.”

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