Port Orange, FL (PRWEB) October 19, 2013
Last year about 30% of women surveyed said they wanted jewelry for the holidays so in the spirit of saving money this holiday season it’s important to do one’s homework. LaBosco Jewelry Castle is making it their mission to price-compete this year by selling 15-20% lower than anyone around them, including the chain retailers and they are extending these savings to their new certified diamonds, as well. Their goal is to become the county’s largest supplier of diamond jewelry.
“Everyone is penny pinching these days but holidays still come and engagements still happen so the Castle is determined to be an economic means to that end by allowing people to spend less and get more. Comparatively speaking, our overhead is much lower than that of our competition and that allows us to price our product lower yet still flourish. And by shopping locally, the money spent with us remains and is re-spent in the local economy, eventually helping your own income by creating more opportunities and demand,” said Manager Natalie Cappiello.
After forty years in business, the Castle’s customers know that when they come to their store they’re going to deal with the same employees and family members year after year. They are professionals that have studied diamonds and gemstones for decades and who are certified to do so.
“Our competitive edge is our willingness to negotiate price, operate on slimmer margins, provide a wider, more original selection than our competition and provide professional and personalized service. Marry the benefits of keeping dollars local with saving money and receiving personalized service and you have a win-win situation,” said Cappiello.
LaBosco Jewelry Castle is located 4360 S. Ridgewood Avenue, Port Orange, FL 32127. For more information, please call 386-788-0714.
About LaBosco Jewelry Castle
This is family owned and operated second hand jewelry business has been in business for over 40 years. LaBosco Jewelry Castle is located in Port Orange and serves Volusia and Flagler. They buy gold, silver and coins as well as offering pawn and loan services.
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