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Lewis Jewelers is Grateful and Excited for 2020

January 20th, 2020

Lewis Jewelers wishes to express that they are truly grateful for the patronage and continued support from all who have been to their store. Every customers visit is a mark of trust that honors them and Lewis Jewelers never takes that for granted. Over the past 50 years, Lewis Jewelers has had a partnership with the greater Ann Arbor community that has been an absolute blessing.

In 2021, Lewis Jewelers will be celebrating their 100th anniversary. As a prelude to that, they have exciting news for this year.

Lewis Jewelers is announcing that they will be moving in fall 2020 to a new location down the road from their current location. The new showroom will be located in the building that was formerly the Quarter Bistro restaurant at 300 S. Maple. Given the location is near the Westgate Shopping Center, Lewis Jewelers is confident that their customers will appreciate the added convenience. Renovations are currently under way to transform this building into a new jewelry experience for their clients. With a new, larger, state-of-the-art jewelry store the jeweler will be able to expand their showcases as well as add extra comfort to every customer visit.

From Lewis Jewelers, heartfelt thanks are extended to each client, without whom none of these transformations would be possible.

About Lewis Jewelers

Since 1921, Lewis Jewelers has been the go-to source in the greater Detroit area for designer engagement rings, wedding bands, timepieces, fine fashion jewelry, and certified loose diamonds. Committed to their community, Lewis Jewelers is a proud supporter of University of Michigan athletics, the Kite Network, as well as the University of Michigan Children?s Hospital, and many other local charitable institutions. For more information on the promotions, products, and services available at Lewis Jewelers, please check out their website at LewisJewelers.com, call (877)-885-3947, or visit their diamond showroom located in Ann Arbor, Michigan today.