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Wick and Greene Rebrands to Spicer Greene

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Wick and Greene, a specialty jewelry store located in Asheville, NC, will change its name to Spicer Greene. Eva-Michelle and Elliott Spicer, the owners of the family business, wrote the following letter announcing the rebranding effort.

We have some exciting news to share and we want for you, our industry partners, to be the first to know!

As most of you know, Eva-Michelle and Elliott Spicer are the 4th generation of the family business, Wick and Greene. With the changes in the industry, Wick and Greene must change as well. Wick and Greene will be closing for renovations and re-branding. We will be doing business as Spicer Greene Jewelers and our beautiful new store will be open in August 2016.

All legal, LLC, and contact information (except for email addresses) will stay the same. This is a rebranding for our marketing efforts. Our legal entity will remain Wick and Greene Jewelers, LLC and our tax ID will not change. We will remain located in the heart of downtown Asheville at 121 Patton Avenue and our phone number is still 828.253.1805. Our website will change in July to www.spicergreene.com as well as all of our email addresses to that domain.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Eva-Michelle via email at [email protected] Thank you for your support as we take this business into the next generation and the next 90 years!

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We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!

All the best,

Eva-Michelle and Elliott Spicer

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