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Longtime Jeweler Holding Retirement Sale, but Her Store May Live On Yet

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She’s persevered through some difficult times.

After more than three decades in business, Robin Levinson is preparing to retire, but there’s a chance her jewelry store may continue operating, the Sun Sentinal writes. The article says that Levinson Jewelers in Fort Lauderdale, FL announced to the public that it’s holding a retirement sale, which comes one year after her business partner and husband, Mark, committed suicide. The store was also the target of a 2011 lawsuit that sought to recover assets in connection with a Ponzi scheme.

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