James Avery expanding its store count
James Avery Artisan Jewelry is growing in its home state.
The family-owned, vertically integrated jewelry retailer opened a new store in Waxahachie, Texas, with an additional location to open on July 1, at the Temple Town Center in Temple, Texas.
"It's always exciting for us when we move into a new city, and we can't wait to open our newest store in Temple," said Lindsey Avery Tognietti, director of customer service and marketing communications, James Avery. "The shopping experience may be a little different at the moment, but we continue to make each visit to our stores convenient, inviting and memorable for customers."
Tognietti said customer and associate safety is James Avery’s number one priority, in new and reopened locations. The company is placing hand sanitizing stations in the store for customers and associates as well as regularly cleaning and sanitizing all jewelry and high-touch areas of the store. The company also encourages customers to honor social distancing guidelines when possible and consider wearing face coverings when in the store. James Avery associates will undergo daily health screenings and wear facemasks.
James Avery operates more than 90 stores in four states. Its jewelry is also available in more than 220 Dillard's stores in Texas and 28 additional states, airport stores in Austin and Houston, Army and Air Force Exchange Service locations at Fort Hood and Fort Belvoir.