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Le Vian Red Carpet Rendezvous Comes to Plymouth April 20
Fernbaugh’s Jewelers Hosts Dazzling Array of Chocolate Diamond Jewelry & Unique Engagement Rings
On Thursday, April 20th, Fernbaugh’s Jewelers is hosting the Le Vian Red Carpet Rendezvous. “This is going to be a very exciting event for anyone who appreciates fine jewelry,” says owner Brian VanDuyne. “For one day only, we’re going to have some of Le Vian’s most exclusive styles, including many one of a kind pieces and unique engagement rings, brought together in our store. These are looks you can’t see just anywhere – they’re only made available to the public during special events.”
Door Prizes, Raffles, and Free 3 Carat Chocolate Gemstone with Purchase
“Plan on having a good time,” says Lori VanDuyne. “The Le Vian Red Carpet Rendezvous is going to be a really fun event. We’re giving away a gorgeous Le Vian Chocolate and Vanilla Ring to one lucky winner as a door prize.” There will also be a raffle and wine and chocolate served during the event. “If you’re looking for the perfect engagement ring, or you have a milestone anniversary or birthday to celebrate, you won’t want to miss the Red Carpet Rendezvous. The display of these gorgeous chocolate, vanilla and strawberry diamonds – and that’s what Le Vian is truly known for, the unique beauty of colored diamond jewelry – takes up more than half of our store. It’s overwhelming in the best possible way!”
RSVP to Receive 20% Discount on Le Vian Purchases
While everyone is invited to attend the Le Vian Red Carpet Rendezvous, which is being held at Fernbaugh’s Jewelers, 206 North Michigan Street, Plymouth, on April 20th, only those attendees who pre-register will be eligible for a 20% discount on select Le Vian Jewelry purchases. “Depending on the looks you fall in love with, you could save hundreds of dollars,” Brian VanDuyne explained. “To register, just visit
FERNBAUGH'S ATTENDS ELITE JEWELRY BUYING SHOW IN PHOENIX, AZ
Brian VanDuyne and Lori VanDuyne from Fernbaugh's recently attended the 2016 Retail
Jewelers Organization (RJO) Spring Buying Show in Phoenix, Arizona. Fernbaugh's attended the
exclusive buying show with hundreds of other jewelry storeowners from across the country.
During the 3-day event, jewelers participated in continuing education courses, networked with
others in the industry and purchased the industry’s latest in jewelry, including exclusive product
only available to RJO members.
“Our customers are always excited to see what we’ve purchased at the RJO show,” said Lori
VanDuyne. “The show not only provides the latest in jewelry trends and styles, but also allows
us to best compete with large chain stores and bring those savings back home to pass on to our
For more information about Fernbaugh's or to view some of their new purchases, visit them at
206 N. Michigan Street in Plymouth or online at www.fernbaughs.com.
Plymouth, IN, December 01, 2015 --(PR.com)-- It might sound a bit trite to describe a local jewelry store as a “Community Gem,” but in the case of Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, the description is a perfect match. For nearly 83 years, customers of Fernbaugh’s have shopped stylish and inspired selections of sparkling diamonds, colored stones, detailed gold, perfect bridal sets, unique birthday gifts, anniversary bangles, and more.
Lori and Brian Van Duyne attended the Transform Seminar in Chicago, IL. Presented by Stuller, the leading jewelry manufacture in the US. Lori and Brian attend many seminars each year to get the latest fashion trends and technology. While at the seminar Lori and Brian invested in a Computer Aid Design program, we will be offering CAD custom design in the store. We will be able to sit down with our customers and design a ring from their ideas and be able to show the ring as a true 3D image.
United Way of Marshall County announces diamond winner at Fernbaugh's Jewelry
PLYMOUTH - The United Way of Marshall County is pleased to announce Angie Stults won the 1/2 carat diamond from Fernbaugh's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry in support of the annual campaign.
"Brian VanDuyne, owner of Fernbaugh's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry, called me with a great fundraising idea" said Jennifer Maddox, executive director. "He proposed providing the United Way with a 1/2 carat diamond and 499 1/2 carat zirconias. Each cubic zirconia (CZ) would be placed individually in small plastic bags and sold for $2 each. He would add the real diamond among the bags. After all the "diamonds" were sold, purchasers could go to Fernbaugh's to find out if they actually had the real diamond. I thought this was a great idea and another great partnership for our United Way."
The first "diamonds" were sold Saturday. Oct 25 in front of Fernbaugh's store during the annual trick or treat event. Sales continued through the following week. All the "diamonds" were sold by November first. Then the waiting began for the real diamond to show up in the store.
Winner Angie Stults admits she borrowed the money to buy five diamonds from United Way executive director Jennifer Maddox. "I attended a meeting of women investors sponsored by Edward Jones where Jennifer offered the opportunity to purchase a "diamond". When I told her I didn't have any cash with me, she offered to loan me the money. I'm sure glad she did!?
After Angie purchased her "diamonds" they sat on her desk at Edward Jones for two weeks. When she heard WTCA Radio announce the winner had not yet come forward she thought she might as well go over to Fernbaugh's to have her "diamonds" checked. "Imagine my surprise when they told me I had the real diamond!" Angie exclaimed.
The fundraising event contributed $1,019 to the annual campaign. "For a first time event, we were pleased to have been able to give the United Way over a thousand additional dollars this year. Especially in this tough economy, " said Brian VanDuyne. Fernbaugh's is located at 206 N. Michigan St in downtown Plymouth.
The United Way of Marshall County advances the common good by focusing on the building blocks to a good life: income, education and health. When we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. That's what it means to Live United.
For more information contact Jennifer S. Maddox, Executive Director, United Way of Marshall County at 574.936.3366 or visit www.marshallcountyuw.org.
Sarah's Hope Jewelry Funds Loans for Women Enterprenuers -
PLYMOUTH, Indiana – Trying times make every effort, big or small, mean that much more. Fernbaugh’s Jewelry continues its quest of giving back to the community, this time globally, by offering Sarah’s Hope™ jewelry as its newest line.
Lori VanDuyne, owner, explains, “We’re drawn to this exquisite collection for a number of reasons: Founder Sarah Smith funds small business loans to women entrepreneurs in the U.S. and developing countries through profits, the jewelry is crafted by expert silversmiths featuring the E’Sperene™ stone, and Fair Trade manufacturing practices are an important component of her business plan.” She continues, “Our customers can make a difference by purchasing a design (each one inspired by - and named for - a loan recipient) while going home with a lovely piece of jewelry to add to their unique collection.”
Since starting Sarah’s Hope in 2004, Sarah J. Smith has been an advocate for microfinance. These small amounts help women gain self-sufficiency, provide for their families, and enrich their communities. She says, “Meeting these women and seeing how the loans impacted their lives is truly inspiring.”
Recipients have included clothing designers, tortilla bakers, farmers, restaurateurs, beauticians, and seamstresses. Angela, Elia Rose, Eusebia, Zenita, Nepton, Queen, Razia, Eneyda, and Karen are the names of the designs that include pendants, earrings, bracelets, and rings. To view the jewelry first-hand, visit Fernbaugh’s downtown Plymouth location Tuesday – Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-3. Phone: (574) 936-1577, Web site: fernbaughs.com. To learn more, visit sarahshopejewelry.com.
Commemorative Bracelet is one of Many ... to celebrate 74th Anniversary
‘Feeling Golden’ sums up Fernbaugh’s mood, the long-time jewelry store in downtown Logansport, celebrating 74 years of history. Owners Lori and Brian VanDuyne and Derek McGuire wish to acknowledge the supportive home town community with appreciation incentives, giveaways, and prizes October 18 – 20.
Because the chocolate chip cookie was invented in 1933, the same year Fernbaugh’s opened its doors, a golden bake-off is planned for the public to enter. Judges include family member teens Kendall and Jordan McGuire, special guests and former owners Mr. and Mrs. Oris McGuire, and Lynn Neff of Logansport’s Mix 103 Radio.
In addition, an exclusive commemorative charm bracelet has been designed especially for this event, and several will be given away in gold and silver.
Fernbaugh’s specializes in classic and contemporary jewelry, as well as in-house repair and restoration. Pick-up and delivery service is provided on all items. Hours are Tuesday – Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-3. Visit fernbaughs.com or call (547) 753-4827.
JEWELRY ARTIST TO APPEAR AT FERNBAUGH’S
WITH ORGANIC COLLECTION
LOGANSPORT & PLYMOUTH, Indiana – Nationally acclaimed East Coast jewelry designer, Patricia Daunis, will introduce her unique handmade collection at Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry Wednesday - Saturday, October 10 – 13, appearing in Logansport Wednesday and Thursday and in Plymouth Friday and Saturday.
“This one-woman show is an ideal opportunity to meet the designer in person and to see and touch her newest 14K gold and sterling silver artistic creations,” states owner Lori VanDuyne. “We’re pleased to host this elite treasure chest of a show for our clients and the general public as the holiday season approaches,” she continues, who are welcome to bring in favorite pieces they no longer wear for a redesign.
A visit to Ms. Daunis’ website, daunis.com, reveals her belief, “Jewelry is an art form and it should be in harmony with the wearer. I am influenced by Maine’s fluctuating coastal waters and the tranquility of lakes and streams. A close look at my designs and you can see the reflected light on waves and swirling eddies. I design so this movement of light and form will enhance the person who wears my jewelry.”
Sculptural earrings, ring bands and multi stone rings in gold or sterling, co-coordinating bracelets and pendants and necklaces, and whimsical pins for the light of heart in metals accented with colored gems make up her collection. “It’s like playing dress-up. We get all the jewelry out and play…just like we did when we were little girls and got into our mother’s jewelry…it’s a lot of fun,” Ms. Daunis affirms.
Speaking of mothers, Patricia also will have with her the Daunis Collection of Family Jewelry. People can come in and with the aid of a specialized computer program work with Daunis to create a family ring, pendant, or bracelet design using the family’s birthstones. “These are so wonderful. Each a one-of-a-kind design, because every family is a one-of-a-kind,” explains Patricia.
Daunis has received the DeBeers Diamonds Today award, two First Prize awards from the World Gold Council, Jewelers of America Jewel Award, and numerous Accent Magazine and other industry awards.
To schedule an appointment for a personalized design consultation with Patricia Daunis during her limited engagement at Fernbaugh’s, call before October 1, (547) 753-4827 in Logansport or (574) 936-1577 in Plymouth. Fernbaugh’s hours are Tuesday – Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-3. Visit fernbaughs.com.
FERNBAUGH’S DIAMONDS & FINE JEWELRY ANNOUNCES
FATHER’S DAY UGLY TIE CONTEST WINNER
PLYMOUTH, Indiana - Fernbaugh’s Ugly Tie contest contrasted greatly with the beautiful weather this Father’s Day – a national holiday since 1966 when President Lyndon Johnson signed a proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as such. The second annual event followed on the coattails of a most successful Mother’s Day celebration. “Honoring dads and moms within the community is important to us,” states owner Lori VanDuyne. “We like to involve family members in the fun of our contests while seriously acknowledging and appreciating deserving folks,” she continues.
Quite self explanatory, this year’s Ugly Tie lucky winner is Plymouth resident Randy Bowser who received a stylish Bulova watch valued at $275 plus a generous $100 gift certificate toward the purchase of a new shirt and tie. Thanks to his daughter Emily, who spotted the tie in his closet, the entry was chosen by the pubic as ‘ugliest’ among several submissions numbered and displayed in Fernbaugh’s front show window.
Store manager Kris Fawley laughs, “It still had the original price tag of $5 on it.” She says, “Such a contest is a lot of fun for everyone. Wives and children are the ones that select the ties. Their thoughts of what is deemed acceptable and stylish often differ from that of their father or husband.” When asked, Kris reassures, “The dads are very good natured about their ties - often generating stories of when and where they were worn.”
Fernbaugh’s mission is to celebrate special moments and establish meaningful relationships through exceptional customer service as well as continual community dedication. Lori’s husband Brian VanDuyne remarks, “How better to get to know our neighbors than through this light-hearted interaction for Father’s Day?”
Friendly, welcoming, and stylish, Fernbaugh’s specializes in classic and contemporary jewelry, as well as in-house repair and restoration. The family business is owned and operated by Derek McGuire and Brian and Lori VanDuyne who provide pick-up and delivery service on all items. Business hours are Tuesday – Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-3.
For more information visit fernbaughs.com or call (574) 936-1577 in Plymouth or (547) 753-4827 in Logansport.
FERNBAUGH’S DIAMONDS & FINE JEWELRY ANNOUNCES
2nd ANNUAL MOTHER’S DAY CONTEST WINNERS
LOGANSPORT & PLYMOUTH, Indiana - Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, with locations in downtown Plymouth and Logansport, has hit upon a very popular contest: honoring deserving moms in celebration of Mother’s Day. “Because last year’s contest was so successful, we created another one this year,” stated owner Lori VanDuyne.” It was easy to play off of our featured Mother’s Knot Necklace and challenge people to enter with “My Mother’s Knot…..” written statements that took a round-about way, either humorous or serious, of complimenting these special women.”
Seventeen winners were chosen between the two locations, and the lucky moms each received a prize Mother’s Knot Necklace valued at $99. Winners include: (Plymouth store) Kim Edison, Lori Hight, Melissa Hopson, Vicki Fireline, Rachel Hayes, Sandy Bacewic, Jill Niedlinger, Linda Williams, Amanda Murray, Tracy Partridge,
(Logansport store) Barb Lombardi, Madeline Tocco, Julie Schafer, Kim Russell,
Margo Sears, Brenda Abbbot, and April Campbell.
More than 100 sons and daughters entered the holiday event sponsored by radio stations U93 FM, WLHM-FM, WTCA-AM, and WZHR-FM. Winning entries like this one, “My mother’s knot lazy; she gets up at 5:00 a.m. and works well past midnight. My mother’s knot perfect, but she gives 150% in everything she does. She works harder than anyone else I know, and I know that she loves me and my brothers and sister in that perfect, gentle, special way that only she can,” tugged at the judges’ heartstrings.
Fernbaugh’s mission is to celebrate special moments and establish meaningful relationships through exceptional customer service as well as continual community dedication. Lori’s husband Brian remarked, “How better to get to know our neighbors than through this meaningful interaction for Mother’s Day?”
This year’s campaign included outdoor billboards featuring Plymouth mother Ellen Stillson and her daughters and Logansport mother/daughter Shantel and Cassidy Cuppy. In-store posters featured mother/son Dot Taiclet and Don. Lori explained, “Our customers find it exciting to see people they know as our models – loyal customers themselves.” She continued, “We want our image to be fun, and find the billboards and posters create positive conversation about the store.” The theme, “Feeling Proud,” is another slogan that concentrates on the gift giving experience as a whole.
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Fernbaugh's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry, originally based in Logansport, opened its second location one year ago February in Plymouth with a completely remodeled sleek interior store (formerly Foley & Walker).
The family business is owned and operated by Derek McGuire and Lori and Brian VanDuyne who are delighted to be part of Plymouth's dynamic and growing community. Without hesitation, these three entrepreneurs agree that celebrating 'special moments' is their specialty. "We realize this achievement comes with exceptional customer service and community dedication," says Brian. Special events that show they truly care about establishing meaningful relationships and standing out as the full service jewelry store of choice have included Bridal & Beyond (Feeling the glow), Girls Night Out (Feeling loved), Guys Night Out (Feeling proud), and Mother's Day Build a Bracelet (Feeling loved),
Friendly, welcoming, and stylish, Fernbaugh's Jewelry specializes in classic and contemporary jewelry, as well as in-house repair, restoration, and custom engraving. They are watch makers and clock makers with horology and gemological degrees. They provide pick-up and delivery service on all items whether the customer is at home or at work. "We know people are busy. We want to meet all of out customers needs," states Lori.
The Plymouth location, already a community gem, is located at 206 North Michigan Street and the long-time LOgansport location is 416 Broadway. Hours are Tuesday through Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-3. THe owners continually look forward to celebrating special moments, over and over again with their Plymouth clientele. "We want to build long-tern relationships with our customers," says Lori VanDuyne, "Our friends, new and established, whom we care about."
A cut above!
Jeweler says best teacher is experience
by Dennis Forsberg
Pharos -Tribune staff writer
Past all the sparkling jewelry in the front part of Fernbaugh's Jewelry Storer sits bench jeweler Brian VanDuyne.
Sitting next to him is fellow bench jeweler Oris McGuire who has worked the same job for 46 years.
While he did complete several classes to learn his trade, VanDuyne said the best teacher is hands-on experience.
"There is so much they can tell you, but you actually have to do it," he said. "It helps to have someone beside you to fix your mistakes."
The jeweler, whose wife, Lori and brother-in-law Derek McGuire, co-own the store, said when he first started he had to learn not to use so much force, to avoid breaking things.
Although every day is different, Van Duyne says he spends most of his time re-sizing rings or "tipping" the prongs that that hold the stones. Since the tips of the prongs wear down, the jeweler adds gold to ensure the stone stays in place.
Whether the ring is newly purchased or an older piece, the jeweler is able to re-size it right in the shop.
When re-sizing, he uses what is called a blank, The blank measures from a size difference of 1/4 to two sizes. How much the ring needs to be re-sized determines which blank to use, he said.
After cutting out the appropriate amount, the ring is bent to form together again and is dipped in a boric acid and solution to prevent the gold from turning black when heated.
Next, VanDuyne welds the new ring together and files down the weld, he said. He then applies a flex staff, which smoothes the ring down and polishes it. Emery paper is used to file away scratches, and an ultra sound knocks out the rouse and removes any dirt.
If the ring is older, VanDuyne prefers to use solder rather than welding.
Each piece of jewelry is different." he said. "You never know what someone else has done with it. You never know what you're working with when it comes to older jewelry."
In addition, he also cleans and checks for loose diamonds on rings, replaces diamonds with bigger ones and anything else that might need to be fixed. The jeweler can also do remounting, if someone gets tired of their ring, he can put a stone in a different setting.
"The majority of repairs are rings because they take the most abuse," he said.
Depending on what type of work is being done, a repair can be completed in anywhere from 10 minutes to a full day.
The jeweler works with mostly gold, but has used platinum also.
His favorite thing to do though is bead setting. This consists of drilling a small hole into the gold and setting a diamond into the hole, he said.
The majority of his day is spent in the back, but if there are not enough people on the floor, both bench jewelers sell the jewelry also.
After 15 years of experience, VanDuyne says he has enjoyed his 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. job but says the hours can add up.
"We are closed on Monday but if work needs to be done we are usually here," he said, "We probably work 60-70 hours a week."
Working on jewelry day after day can leave it's mark, he said. "My fingers are usually black even if they are washed," VanDuyne said. "It takes two weeks of vacation to come out."
FERNBAUGH’S GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY
VIA MARSHALL COUNTY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
PLYMOUTH, Indiana - Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry in downtown Plymouth raised $900 during the month of January from watch battery sales, sizing, and repairs of which one hundred percent was donated to Marshall County Neighborhood Center. Owner Brian VanDuyne foresees this donation to become an annual giving each January, “Picking an organization that will benefit from our contribution and use the funds wisely to further their mission.” He continued, “We aligned ourselves to help the Neighborhood Center this year understanding their needs to be great and diverse.”
Marshall County Neighborhood Center has provided goods and services to people in need for twenty-five years - celebrating its silver anniversary in 2007. It averages six hundred clients per month addressing the needs of the underprivileged and working poor in Marshall County. Support programs include clothing, furniture, appliances, household goods, food pantry, and toys. The Center, which is a United Way Agency, offers credit counseling and income tax preparation for more than 120 lower income residents at no charge through volunteer accountants from the University of Notre Dame. Director Jerry McKetis stated, “We interact with Township Trustees, churches, and the other agencies in Marshall County for referrals for clients.” The Center’s obvious short term goal is to assist people in need. But Mr. McKetis said, “Our long-term goal is to help them become self-sufficient and independent.” For further information call (574)936-3388.
In-store posters as well as an advertising campaign made citizens aware of Fernbaugh’s intent. Radio and newspaper ads declared, “It’s Fernbaugh’s time to donate and a way of joining you in giving back to the community.” The theme, “Feeling Generous” is another slogan within their master marketing plan. It can be said that Shelley Heiden - part of their marketing team shared, “It’s not surprising to me that Fernbaugh’s so successfully generated these funds. They are passionate about supporting and thanking the community, that’s just who they are.”
Friendly, welcoming, and stylish, Fernbaugh’s Jewelry specializes in classic and contemporary jewelry, as well as in-house repair and restoration. The family business is owned and operated by Derek McGuire and Brian and Lori VanDuyne who provide pick-up and delivery service on all items. Business hours are Tuesday – Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-3.
JOURNEY JEWELRY AVAILABLE
LOGANSPORT, Indiana - Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry introduces Journey Jewelry this holiday season.
The symbolic gift collection, trademarked “With every step love grows” and “For wherever love takes you,” had its national print and television campaign launched just two months ago featuring a couple’s personal story – love is a progression or evolution.
Diamond Trading Company (DTC) spokesperson Lynn Diamond, director of the Diamond Promotion Service said, “We expect it to generate over ten billion dollars in sales, surpassing even the three-stone campaign which has had an annual growth rate of nearly thirty-five percent per year since 2000.”
Specific characteristics of Journey Jewelry include at least four diamonds (and only diamonds) in varying sizes, graduated in placement to represent how love grows over time. At least one of the stones is significantly larger than the others. The hot new style includes pendants, earrings, bracelets, and brooches because these categories lend themselves to graduated-diamond designs. Metal choices range from 10k to 18k with 14k gold, white gold, or two tone being the most popular of all grades combining resiliency with shine. A wide variety of styles and prices accommodates all shoppers.
“It’s important to emphasize that this is not a diamond add-on concept,” said Richard Lennox, director-in-charge of the diamond marketing and advertising group at JWT, DCT’s marketing arm in the United States. “Each jewel is a complete piece where the entire ‘journey’ can be seen at once.” This concept is aimed at diamond jewelry buyers who might acquire a set of Journey earrings first and aspire to purchase a matching bracelet or pendant later.
HIRES NEW STAFF MEMBERS
PLYMOUTH, Indiana - Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, originally based in Logansport with a second location nearing its one year anniversary in Plymouth, has hired two new staff members.
Kris Fawley (left), has been appointed Plymouth’s store manager and Samantha Shafer, (right), as a jewelry consultant, will assist customers with their selections.
Ms. Fawley has an Associate Degree in Business Administration having attended Purdue University and Ancilla College. She is currently enrolled in the Graduate Gemologist Program (GIA). With more than twenty years of customer service experience as well as a background in purchasing and design, “Her previous business wisdom is advantageous for what we need,” states owner Brian VanDuyne.
She will also use her merchandising skills to create enticing and enjoyable displays. A lifetime resident of Marshall County growing up in Argos and currently residing in Bremen, Lake of the Woods, Brian adds, “She brings a spark to the business; people find her so refreshing – she knows no strangers.”
Ms. Shafer, who resides in Plymouth, is a graduate of John Glenn High School and Vogue Beauty College. She too is currently enrolled in the Graduate Gemology Program (GIA) and has attended Jewelry sales training. In addition to helping customers, Sam is responsible for maintaining photographic records of all new merchandise arriving to the store. “We were looking for someone to service a younger demographic group. Samantha has past sales experience in jewelry and apparel,” says owner Lori VanDuyne. “She is a delight and fits our business personality very well.”
Friendly, welcoming, and stylish, Fernbaugh’s Jewelry specializes in classic and contemporary jewelry, as well as in-house repair and restoration. The family business is owned and operated by Derek McGuire and Brian and Lori VanDuyne who provide pick-up and delivery service on all items. The Plymouth location, already a community gem, is located at 206 North Michigan Street and the long-time Logansport location is 416 East Broadway. Hours are Tuesday – Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9–3.
For more information visit fernbaughs.com or call (547) 936-1577 in Plymouth or (574) 753-4827 in Logansport.
Fernbaugh's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry
Will Open a New Plymouth Location
PLYMOUTH, Indiana - Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, based in Logansport, will be opening a new location at 206 North Michigan Street in Plymouth, Indiana, on February 8, 2006. The Grand Opening celebration, open to the public, will include a ribbon-cutting by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, refreshments, and special discounts on selected items. The family business is owned and operated by Derek McGuire and Brian and Lori VanDuyne, who are delighted to be part of a dynamic and growing community such as Plymouth. They are anticipating a positive response to the sleek interior design of their store, which has been completely remodeled.
Fernbaugh’s Jewelry specializes in classic and contemporary jewelry, as well as in-house repair and restoration. They also provide pick-up and delivery service on all items, whether the customer is at home or at work. “We know people are busy,” says Lori VanDuyne. “We want to meet all of our customers’ needs.”