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Henderson jewelry store gets creative to survive pandemic

Posted at 10:50 AM, Dec 11, 2020

HENDERSON (KTNV) — My Jewelers is a family-owned store in Henderson selling everything from wedding rings and watches to gold.

But since the pandemic, foot traffic inside the store has been slow.

During what is typically their busiest time of the year, this holiday season looks different from year's past.

As coronavirus cases continue to rise in the valley, restrictions from the state have slowed down in-person shopping for many businesses including My Jewelers.

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"Online shopping is killing us," George Tyler, owner of My Jewelers said.

Tyler has had to adjust to home life too, his kids now come to work with him as classrooms are closed due to COVID-19.

Despite many challenges this year, Tyler is doing what he can to survive and because this community is his lifeline, he's offering a way to give back.

"For every $50 that you spend, we will give you 40% off, leaving you with more money in your pocket," Tyler said.

My Jewelers is located at 245 N. Stephanie St. Suite A, in Henderson.

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