I have had a special fondness for Howard’s Jewelry Center in my heart for some time now, since it was the location I found my wife’s engagement ring over 15 years ago. It was a single stone diamond, in a platinum ring and setting. Howard’s has an overabundance of beautiful jewelry, and he wants to sell it to you, his customers, for a deal. We all like deals, right?
The sale is going on from today, April 4th though April 16th. In addition to all the great sale prices, Howard’s Jewelry Center is paying all sales tax, whether you buy it in store, or online. Click here to find out where the closest location is to you, so you don’t miss out on this amazing sale.
Even if you can’t visit one of the local stores in Ohio, you still have a chance to get some amazing pieces of jewelry at some amazing prices online. Also, remember, they are paying your sales tax.
Let me share with you some of my favorite choices from the sale below:
Howard’s Jewelry Center has always been known for supporting Firefighters, Paramedic’s, Police, and Military for some time now. I know that they have been because I was a Paramedic and in uniform when I bought the engagement ring. I want to say I remember getting an extra 20% off that day towards my purchase. Some other known facts as well:
- Howard’s has every day low pricing on his genuine and unique products (30-50% off all jewelry.)
- He is part of the largest diamond buying group nationally—which means more ways to get you a great deal.
- He sells refurbished, renewed, one-of-a-kind pre-owned jewelry which automatically gives you a better deal than a competitor would give you.
- Other stores just don’t have his expertise. His staff is GIA certified—and they are willing to negotiate on price and have a friendly, local/independent vibe.
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