One retailer demands the return of Gene The Jeweler.
Yet some of you still see hope.
From thoughtful planning to angry resentment, readers react to the current crisis facing North America.
It's a difficult time for the country, and jewelers are feeling it.
One jeweler admonishes Hollywood.
Readers talk about what they're doing, why they love industry webinars, and why you should stay off Facebook.
Plus comments on our "Future Is Female" story.
Several readers enjoyed INSTORE's "Knowing vs. Doing" story.
46 percent of our survey group reported gains, with just 19 percent down.
INSTORE readers share their thoughts on 2020 so far.
One store owner says working with family almost blew up two relationships.
Jewelers seem cautiously optimistic for holiday sales.
One reader says dealers need to chill out.
They'd rather spend their time pursuing other things.
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