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Jewelers Mutual Group Provides Free Store Signage to Retail Jewelers

The signs provide health and safety messages to customers.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI — As states slowly begin to allow businesses to open amid the COVID-19 crisis, the Jewelers Mutual Group is continuing its efforts to provide jewelry businesses with resources to stay safe and secure.

Complimentary store signage is now available for retail jewelers to download and print. There are four options to choose from and all provide health and safety messages for jewelers to share in their store whether it’s on the jewelry cases themselves or the front door. The available signage styles are ready to click, download, print and display.

“With some states allowing businesses to open back up, jewelers will have new challenges to overcome. Crime is still a factor to consider and we don’t want jewelers to compromise their safety and security for sales,” said Larry Spicer, Jewelers Mutual vice president of loss prevention and risk management services. “We recommend jewelers take advantage of the resources available to help mitigate any risk including the health and safety of their customers and staff.”

Visit the Jewelers Mutual Group COVID-19 webpage for additional information, tools and resources available to jewelers during this challenging time.

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