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Jewelry Advisors Group offers a legacy of 65 years in the jewelry business, conducting going out of business sales, jewelry liquidation and promotional sales, turnaround and crisis management, retirement planning, marketing consultation and inventory management for jewelry stores, and appraisals.
Jewelry Advisors Group Adds New Hires
Immediate release [ February 23, 2010 ]
Charleston, S.C. – Jewelry Advisors Group, an established industry leader in exit strategies and promotions for jewelers, has added Sean Jones as an inventory control specialist and Channing Botts as administrative assistant.
As an inventory control specialist, Jones works closely with the merchandising department, where he is focused on improving the general aesthetics of products to meet the needs of both vendors and customers. Prior to joining Jewelry Advisors Group, Jones spent seven years as a supervisor at Wal-Mart, where he oversaw several departments, including electronics, housewares, and inventory. A graduate of Bishop England High School, Jones is currently pursuing a degree in computer programming from Trident Technical College and also a graduate gemologist degree from the Gemological Institute of America.
In her role as administrative assistant, Botts is responsible for tracking ongoing sales and supporting the merchandising department, including advertising design and placement. Botts, who holds five years of previous experience in the retail business, has served as floor manager for Beach Town on Isle of Palms and as a sales associate and key holder at Francesca’s Collections in Mt. Pleasant. While there, she also worked as a photography intern at Charleston Magazine, where several of her shots have been published. A recent graduate of the University of South Carolina, Botts holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications with an emphasis on graphic design.
An industry leader offering exit strategies and promotions for jewelers since 1945, Jewelry Advisors Group provides guidance to store owners seeking to turn around a business, sell off unwanted inventory, or liquidate an entire store. With offices located in Charleston, South Carolina; New York, New York; and Saskatoon, Canada; the company helps jewelry store owners and chains formulate strategies designed to maximize revenue in times of transition, whether due to retirement, store closing, or simply when needing a boost in sales. For more information, visit www.silvermanconsultants.com.
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