Wednesday, May 28, 2008
The Green Pack is nearly paper-free and includes a storage binder, CD containing the information, templates, and forms that were in JVC’s previous PACK plus new guidance for the industry and an AML DVD to help jewelers to train their employees on the general requirements of the law.Click here to order your Green Pack.
If you're gonna have a party, you might as well serve gold. (Uh that would be the gold found in jewelry, not a tequila bottle.)
The Arizona Republic featured a story about a new trend popping up in the amature gold trading market.
Likened to a Tupperware Party, these "gold parties" allow guests to bring and recycle unwanted gold for cash.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
The Washitonian site Hoopla Traders Eco Boutique. Use a reusable bag to purchase their jewelry and get a 50-cent rebate!
Hoopla Traders Eco Boutique (2314 18th St., NW; 202-797-0730). This Adams Morgan shop carries apparel, jewelry, and more from ecofriendly artisans and designers, such as Blueskies Glassworks and BuddhaFly. Bring in a reusable bag or purchase one from them and receive a 50-cent rebate; it’ll also donate another 50 cents to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.