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Monday, July 2, 2012
Employer: Zales Description: Applications are currently being accepted for jewelry consultants to assist customers with all of their jewelry needs. Applicants must have completed high school and should be skilled at multitasking and possess great communication skills. Previous experience in sales is preferred. How to apply: Submit an application online on the company's website. This opportunity was found on July 2, 2012.
Countless unique items can be found at Attic Treasures.
Enjoy a treasure hunt? Right in the heart of downtown Watkinsville you can wile away hours pouring over every inch of Attic Treasures. Joann and Charles Stewart started small, but their business has taken off. Patch: When did you start your business? Joann: Charles and I began our business in Madison (Morgan County) during the summer of 1988. Patch: Why this particular business? Joann: Our house got VERY FULL because A.) We're both packrats, B.) We enjoyed searching for interesting and unusual things, and C.) We had youngsters in the family who welcomed assistance with furnishing their new apartments, but who moved back home (more than once) and brought it all with them. (Did I mention the fact that the utility room was jammed? The …
Chandlee Jewelers specializes in diamonds, rings, watches and more.
It's a family affair at Chandlee Jewelers. Founder Larry Exum works alongside his wife, Bryan, and daughter, Chandlee, in the Oconee County store, located at 1850 Epps Bridge Parkway. Patch: When did you start your business? Larry: 1980, September. The temperature was 73 degrees, the sun was out, and I was wearing a business casual light blue shirt and dark blue slacks. Patch: Why jewelry? Why this business? Larry: I love the idea of love and I practice it daily. Each day at work in this business is a pleasure, as I get to share and be involved in the happiest times of all my clients lives. Also I had, as a child, cherished amethyst geodes that I found on our family farm in south Georgia. Patch: What is your favorite thing …