Tracy Zeller Jewelry Closing Its Doors After 35 Years of Service

After 35 years of serving the community, Tracy Zeller announces her retirement.

Posted: Apr 7, 2021 5:24 AM

Starting on Monday, Tracy Zeller Jewelry will be hosting a going out of business sale that will have items up to 70 percent off.

The company is liquidating all of their products including their collection of Exclusive Diamond Jewelry.

Tracy Zeller announcing her retirement on the store’s website, saying “My 35-year career has been a blessing. Serving generations of families as their trusted jeweler and designing jewelry they can share with the world has been a joy. Now, Jim and I are excited to announce we are retiring!”

Tracy Zeller Jewelry is the first female owned jewelry store in the Tri-State and has been awarded numerous times.

The company has also helped the Tri-State in over 10,000 non-profit organizations events.

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