(press release)Aventura, FL — After decades as leaders in the jewelry and watch industries, Scott and Maxine King of King Jewelers have announced their retirement.
The King family has a long and distinguished history in the industry. In 1912, Scott’s great-great-grandfather, Lewis King, launched his family’s five-generation jewelry business as the first jewelry store in South Florida.
Over the years, King Jewelers has served many celebrities, musicians and athletes including Frank Sinatra, Elton John and Dwade Wayne.
“We are delighted to serve not only generations of people in South Florida, but generations of families across the country who have been our loyal customers and friends over the years. I am especially proud of our two sons, who Maxine and I will retire and continue King’s legacy,” said Scott King.
King Jewelers CEO Scott King has dedicated his life to preserving King’s legacy. As President of King Jewelers, Maxine King has played a key role in the company’s development and success.
“It is very difficult to say goodbye to our friends and clients in South Florida, but it is with great gratitude that we retire. We have dedicated our hearts to delivering,” says Maxine King.
David and Jonathan King continue the family business and legacy at King Jewelers Store in Nashville, Tennessee. With the closure of the Aventura store, the Nashville location became King Jewelers’ new flagship store.
Although the closure of the Aventura store marks the end of an era, King Jewelers will continue to provide concierge and online services to the South Florida area while maintaining its “family of fine jewelers since 1912” tradition.
The fifth generation of Kings is thriving and the family is committed to continuing the 111-year legacy. The Nashville store continues to expand, and this fall he will open an IWC Schaffhausen boutique, as well as several new projects in the works in Tennessee. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit here.