James Avery Artisan Jewelry, a family-owned jewelry retailer based in Texas, announces the upcoming opening of its new Grand Parkway Marketplace store on Wednesday, November 4 in Spring, Texas at 6615 N. Grand Parkway West, Suite 320.
“North Houston is growing, and Grand Parkway Marketplace in Spring is a great location,” said James Avery Director of Customer Service and Marketing Communications Lindsey Avery Tognietti. “This beautiful new store brings the James Avery shopping experience closer to home for new and long-time customers in the area.”
Currently, the James Avery shopping experience may be a little different, but the company is committed to making each visit to their stores convenient, inviting and memorable for customers.
Tognietti says customer and associate safety is the number one priority and the Grand Parkway Marketplace store will open following recommended health protocols which have been implemented in all James Avery stores.
There are hand sanitizing stations in the store for customers and associates as well as regular cleaning and sanitizing of all jewelry and high-touch areas of the store. The company asks customers to honor social distancing guidelines and wear face coverings when in the store. James Avery associates undergo daily health screenings and wear facemasks.
The current store hours will be Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, 12 to 6 p.m. and are subject to change. Grand Parkway Marketplace customers are welcome to shop in the new store or use the Contactless, Curbside Pickup or Buy Online, Pickup in Store options at JamesAvery.com.
The James Avery team will announce plans for a grand opening celebration after regular store operations resume across the company.
James Avery is a vertically integrated, family-owned company located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. We offer finely crafted jewelry designs for men and women in sterling silver, 14K and 18K gold, gemstones and leather handbags. James Avery jewelry is designed by our own skilled artisans in Kerrville, Texas. – BusinessNewsAsia.com