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Bernard’s Jewelers opening second location

New store will open in mid-September in the Market District

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Bernard’s Jewelers opening second location

In addition to its store on Hwy 80 East near Lowe's, Bernard's Jeweler's will open a second store in the Market District next to Colonial House of Flowers.


               Bernard's Jewelers is expanding to a second location, which is scheduled to open mid-September. The new store will be located at 100 Brampton Avenue, Suite 1H, beside Colonial House of Flowers in the Market District.
        Bernard's Jewelers was founded in 1970 by Bernard and Pat Olliff as a clock repair shop. Nearly five decades later they are known for their fine jewelry, expert service and family atmosphere. The second generation of owners Polly Reed, Pam Anderson and Pam Reed each have more than 25 years of experience in the jewelry industry. They are committed to continue to build on Bernard's Jewelers great reputation.
        Bernard's Jewelers is known for their incredibly creative selection of jewelry, as each piece is hand selected. They are equally as well known for their knowledgeable, experienced and friendly staff. Their ability to focus on each client really makes you feel like you are a part of their family.
        With Statesboro growing, they have recognized the need to expand their operations and are excited about opening a second location in Statesboro. The new location will have a wonderful selection of diamonds, engagement rings and wedding bands as well as gift items.
        You will be able to get your watch batteries replaced, bands adjusted and jewelry inspection at both locations. All repair work will continue to be done at the main store but drop off and pick up will be available at both locations.
        The second location of Bernard's Jewelers will include a new jewelry design system that will allow you to custom design your engagement ring in the store and try it on the same day.
        They will also carry a selection of "Groove Life," which is a silicone ring vendor that has the world's first breathable active wedding ring that is not only comfortable but functional. A special collection of photo charms will be featured at the new location also.
        Locally owned since 1970, Bernard's Jewelers has earned a reputation for quality workmanship and excellent service. They understand that jewelry can be an important part of your family's history. When it's time for the purchase of the perfect diamond or to restore grandmother's favorite ring, let your friends at Bernard's Jewelers guide you every step of the way.
        With three expertly trained jewelers on staff, they can repair jewelry items, redesign and even custom design your special items. Bernard's can also repair watches and eyeglasses. On site appraisal is also available.
        Your friends at Bernard's Jewelers are committed to providing incredible personal service, the highest quality and the best value in Statesboro. Visit them today!
        Bernard's Jewelers is located on 23999 Highway 80 East in front of Lowes and coming soon to 100 Brampton Avenue, Suite 1H. Phone them at (912) 764-5379.

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