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James Avery to Open at Cypress Towne Center

Mar 26, 2012 1:45 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Retailer James Avery will open a new store at the Cypress Towne Center in Cypress, Texas in late July.  The new store marks an eleventh location for the Houston area and will feature an extensive selection of predominantly hand-crafted jewelry, with designs in sterling silver, 14-karat gold and gemstones.

Howell Ridout, the vice president of branding and development for James Avery, said, ''For us, Cypress Towne Center just made sense. It’s a great opportunity to meet the needs of an underserved, but deeply valued, Avery customer group in this continuously growing and family oriented Cypress-Fairbanks region. This high visibility location with direct access off U.S. 290 was too good an opportunity to pass up.”

The company is well-known for its unique jewelry designs that include faith-inspired jewelry and an extensive charm collection, including new Avery Art Glass Charms.

James Avery  operate a total of 65 stores across nine states.

Tags: avery, cypress, houston, james, Jeff Miller, Jewelry, store
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