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James Avery Opens New Visitor Center, Jewelry Store

Nov 18, 2014 4:17 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Jeweler James Avery opened its new visitor center and store this past week at its corporate campus in Kerrville, Texas. The location was designed as a destination in the Texas Hill Country, features an expanded visitor center overlooking a park-like setting and encourages travelers to gather and relax. The new parking lot can accommodate tour buses and large groups.

Six exhibit areas in the complex tell the James Avery story and the boutique area  features an updated interior design that is combined with the traditional Hill Country architecture.james avery    
 
Howell Ridout, the vice president of real estate and development at James Avery, said,  “We are very excited about the new James Avery Visitor Center and Store that will enable customers to experience the inspiration, artistry and symbolism in our work. Our hope is to attract individuals and families from across the nation and enhance their visit to the Texas Hill Country.”

James Avery operates  70 jewelry stores across the South and Midwest and employs more than  over 2,000 designers, craftspeople, sales associates and support staff.

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