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Borsheims Sales Floor Closing March 19th – April 2nd

This is to protect employees, customers, and the general public and help prevent community spread of COVID-19.

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(PRESS RELEASE) OMAHA, NE – Borsheims sales floor will be closed March 19th through April 2nd. Although there have been no reported exposures at Borsheims, management made the decision in an effort to protect employees, customers, and the general public and help prevent community spread of COVID-19.

A limited number of team members will continue to fulfill pending customer orders, complete repair jobs, receive deliveries and process online orders from www.borsheims.com. Borsheims will work to ensure customers still receive their merchandise and orders while the retail sales floor is closed to the public. To help customers continue to celebrate their special moments, the store will offer free local delivery in the Omaha area and complimentary curbside pick-up for online orders or previously purchased merchandise. Curbside pickup hours are from 10-6pm, Monday through Friday and 10-5:30pm on Saturday. Customers with inquiries about their orders are encouraged to call (402)391-0400 or email [email protected].

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