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Bell Jewelers Holiday Open House



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STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC LUSK

Sibling owners Greg Tidwell and Lisa Halliburton at Bell Jewelers recently held a Holiday Open House with featured designer Simon G. at their store on NW Broad Street in Murfreesboro. Guests mingled, were treated to a delicious spread of hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and were given a special gift with their purchase. This was a fun evening with dazzling jewelry and great company.

Celebrating their 140th year in business, Bell Jewelers has built a solid reputation, providing quality jewelry and satisfying customers in Murfreesboro and from miles around. Bell’s mission is to establish a lifetime relationship with their clients by providing a positive environment with skilled and trustworthy employees who care for their clients and execute their work professionally.

For more information, visit their store or go to www.belljeweler.com.

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