Prince Albert, B.C., has long been known for its unique jewelry shops.
But now, one of its best-known jewelry stores is closing, and its jewelry department is being folded into a new store called Prince Albert Jewelers.article Prince Albert is one of Canada’s wealthiest provinces, with a population of about 13 million people.
It has more than 70,000 jewelry stores.
A Prince Albert jeweler has operated since 1959, and the stores are now run by two men who are former employees.
One man, Keith D. Clements, is the chief operating officer of Prince Albert.
The second, David L. Buechner, runs the department from its current location at 1585 Prince Albert Road, just north of Prince Rupert.
Buescher’s brother, David, has worked for the store for years, and he is now running the company as the new head of the department.
“We’re thrilled to have Keith Clements take over the department, and David Buesner as the CEO,” said Mike Hulle, Prince Albert’s chief marketing officer.
“I think that’s a great addition to the company, and a lot of us have been working for years on a lot more of the same.”
Clements said he was thrilled to be taking on the new role.
“This has been a lifelong dream of mine, and it’s exciting to see the future take shape,” he said in a statement.
“The new store will have a very unique shopping experience that we’re excited about.”
In the last decade, Prince Victoria has become the jeweler of choice in Canada, and more and more Canadians are choosing to shop at its stores.
Its stores, along with stores in other parts of the country, are now selling thousands of pieces of jewelry a year.
In 2017, Prince Arthur’s retail shop was named the third-best store in Canada by the Canadian Retail Council.
Clements’ brother said the new store is a good fit for the province’s growing population.
“It’s an exciting time in the province, as we have a population that’s growing and is looking to shop,” said David Buechesner.
“Prince Albert is a major hub for commerce in B.K.C. and we’re seeing a lot less people driving into the province for business, so it’s a good place to store the stores.”
Buechesners family has been operating the store since the 1960s.
It’s been a family business, and they’ve expanded the store in recent years, expanding the hours to accommodate the increased demand.
“I’ve had a great time working at the store and I’m so proud of it, and I really want to do something with it,” Buechingner said.
“But I’ve got to see what the future holds.
I know the future looks bright, but we have to take a long-term look.”
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