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Podcast Highlight: Listen to the First Minute of the Jewelry Store-Version of a Classic Holiday Poem

In this version, it’s the biggest day of the year … and things have gotten off to a really bad start.

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FOR A JEWELER, Kyle Bullock is a heck of a writer. (Or is it that, for a writer, Kyle Bullock is a heck of a jeweler?)

Whatever the case, we’re sure you’ll enjoy Kyle’s latest literary effort — a jewelry store-themed take on the classic holiday poem, “The Night Before Christmas”.

In this version of the story, a jewelry store gets ready for a big sales day on the most important day of the year. And, as this minute-plus excerpt indicates, things have gotten off to a really bad start.

Listen to the excerpt above, or the full podcast below.


OVER THE COUNTER SPECIAL EPISODE: TWAS CHRISTMAS IN A JEWELRY STORE (6:41 MINUTES)


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