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Jeweler to Close Store, but Grow Overall Business

Another location has added 2,300 square feet.

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A jewelry store in Lenoir City, TN, is closing, but its owner says not to read too much into that.

Rick Terry of Rick Terry Jewelry Designs says his overall business is on an upswing, Knox News reports.

His two other stores will stay open even as the Lenoir City location shuts down as a result of a “lease issue,” according to the newspaper. In fact, Terry has increased space at his Farragut location by 2,300 square feet.

“Now we’re triple the square footage,” he explains.

The Lenoir City location’s employees and leftover stock will transfer to the remaining stores — the other one is in downtown Knoxville. Its last day is Oct. 27.

The expansion in Farragut includes both showroom and jewelry production space.

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