We are thrilled to be able to welcome customers (you, our friends) back into the store for some fun events. We wanted to kick things off with a low key, small gathering to get us back into the swing. We asked our beading specialist Diana to come up with an Easter themed DIY. She wrote this blog post about the event.
Everyone who comes into Johnson Jewelers knows Mary Johnson. She has been a constant welcoming presence for decades. But did you know she also spends time serving the community? She recently concluded a run as the board secretary of the Puyallup Main Street Association, a group she’s been serving for many, many years. We wanted to share the lovely write up that they did as a tribute to her service.
When the pandemic forced us to close down temporarily in March of 2020, we had to shift the way we do business. Our showroom was closed from March 26 through June 8. We quickly learned how to do Zoom calls to meet with customers. We started posting some inventory to our social media channels in a semi-shoppable format (we now have online shopping through our website). And when people were allowed to leave home for more than essential tasks, we started a curbside service. All of these were new avenues for Johnson Jewelers. Today
Here at Johnson Jewelers, we understand that the sentimental value of a piece of jewelry far outweighs the monetary value. We take great care in treating the jewelry you bring to us for repair as irreplaceable. We also love the opportunity to create custom pieces to represent something special. We recently completed a dragonfly necklace that has a very significant meaning for a customer that lost her pen pal friend. She was so kind to write about it for us below.
Sallie and Steve exchanged yearly family Christmas cards after Steve helped Sallie’s family with legal matters. They developed a