After nearly 13 years at Plaza America, M. Beem Jewelers will close for good later this spring.
Owner Michael Beem said in a mailer to customers that he has “decided to pursue other interests” and will shut the store at 11730 Plaza America Dr. #120.
“In life there are choices, and I have now decided to pursue other interests and close this chapter of my life,” he said.
The store is having a huge sale to clear inventory. All merchandise is on sale, with some fine jewelry priced at up to 70 percent off.
Store employees said they are unsure of the exact closing date, but it will likely be in mid-June.
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