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Celebrating…Work Family

A generous employer designs one-of-a-kind gifts for his long-time employees.

By Smyth Jewelers

Celebrating…Work Family

A generous employer designs one-of-a-kind gifts for his long-time employees.

By Smyth Jewelers

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Bob Chilcoat knows that loyalty and dedication to one company are not to be taken for granted. So, when two employees of Bob’s contracting company, Chilmar, celebrated their 25th and 35th work anniversaries, Bob decided to do something special. He went to Smyth.

Bob thought there was no better way to honor their service than with a commemorative gentlemen’s ring. Having had many good experiences with Smyth over the years, Bob collaborated with Kim, a seasoned sales representative, to create customized rings for each of them, set with their birthstones and engraved with the dates of their employment and initials.

Bob surprised the two men with the rings at an office crab feast. They were such a big hit that Bob is creating more custom delights for the holidays.

It’s pretty impressive to gift such thoughtful treasures. Here’s to business that stays together like family.

Smyth Jewelers: Bob Chilcoat



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