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AFTER TWO ISSUES that you’d have been well-advised to wear a weightlifter’s belt while removing from the mailbox, we’re back down to a more manageable size this month. 

Despite the slimmer size, we’ve still got a lot of reading for you to do. Only this time, instead of reading for ideas, we’re asking you to read for fun. Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce our first-ever ?Summer Reading Edition.? So put away your Post-It notes and highlighters ? instead of tips, store profiles, polls and case studies, we’re packing this edition with the best jewelry-related fiction and non-fiction we could find.  

It’s an issue expressly designed for you to take to the beach or pool, slather on the sunscreen, crank up the iPod, and simply enjoy. (And if we ever do another one, maybe we’ll try a non-stain cover and even include a promotional Frisbee.) 

Though there’s not as much practical information as in a typical edition of INSTORE, we think we’re providing something equally valuable: a collection of very different tales that will help you feel, more strongly than ever before, the power of the amazing business we work in.  

Be sure to let us know your favorite piece. Was it the rude comedy of Dave Salkin’s ?The Young Salesman? (warning: stay away from this story if you’re easily offended), Guy De Maupassant’s classic ?The Necklace,? Josh Wimmer’s ?A Super Jeweler? ? a sly take on superheroes and the jewelry business ? or Marjorie Hart’s memoir of a long-ago season at America’s top jewelry store, ?Summer at Tiffany?? Enjoy! 

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Wishing you the very best business …

David Squires  
Executive Editor and Associate Publisher  
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When the Kids Have Their Own Careers, Wilkerson Can Help You to Retire

Alex and Gladys Rysman are the third generation to run Romm Jewelers in Brockton, Mass. And after many decades of service to the industry and their community, it was time to close the store and take advantage of some downtime. With three grown children who each had their own careers outside of the industry, they decided to call Wilkerson. Then, the Rysmans did what every jeweler should do: They called other retailers and asked about their own Wilkerson experience. “They all told us what a great experience it was and that’s what made us go with Wilkerson.” says Gladys Rysman. The results? Alex Rysman says he was impressed. “We exceeded whatever I expected to do by a large margin.”

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Summer Lovin’

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Life’s a beach … Can work be one, too?

AFTER TWO ISSUES that you’d have been well-advised to wear a weightlifter’s belt while removing from the mailbox, we’re back down to a more manageable size this month. 

Despite the slimmer size, we’ve still got a lot of reading for you to do. Only this time, instead of reading for ideas, we’re asking you to read for fun. Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce our first-ever ?Summer Reading Edition.? So put away your Post-It notes and highlighters ? instead of tips, store profiles, polls and case studies, we’re packing this edition with the best jewelry-related fiction and non-fiction we could find.  

It’s an issue expressly designed for you to take to the beach or pool, slather on the sunscreen, crank up the iPod, and simply enjoy. (And if we ever do another one, maybe we’ll try a non-stain cover and even include a promotional Frisbee.) 

Though there’s not as much practical information as in a typical edition of INSTORE, we think we’re providing something equally valuable: a collection of very different tales that will help you feel, more strongly than ever before, the power of the amazing business we work in.  

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Be sure to let us know your favorite piece. Was it the rude comedy of Dave Salkin’s ?The Young Salesman? (warning: stay away from this story if you’re easily offended), Guy De Maupassant’s classic ?The Necklace,? Josh Wimmer’s ?A Super Jeweler? ? a sly take on superheroes and the jewelry business ? or Marjorie Hart’s memoir of a long-ago season at America’s top jewelry store, ?Summer at Tiffany?? Enjoy! 

Wishing you the very best business …

David Squires  
Executive Editor and Associate Publisher  
Click here

Advertisement

SPONSORED VIDEO

When the Kids Have Their Own Careers, Wilkerson Can Help You to Retire

Alex and Gladys Rysman are the third generation to run Romm Jewelers in Brockton, Mass. And after many decades of service to the industry and their community, it was time to close the store and take advantage of some downtime. With three grown children who each had their own careers outside of the industry, they decided to call Wilkerson. Then, the Rysmans did what every jeweler should do: They called other retailers and asked about their own Wilkerson experience. “They all told us what a great experience it was and that’s what made us go with Wilkerson.” says Gladys Rysman. The results? Alex Rysman says he was impressed. “We exceeded whatever I expected to do by a large margin.”

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