I worked at Whitehall JewellersPros
When family was involved, it was great.Cons
Difficult last few years, but great memories..Advice to ManagementAdvice
When things got tough, they tried to do too much...good intentions, but too difficult. Should have stuck to the basics.RecommendsNo opinion of CEO
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Whitehall Jewelers is mining the malls of America. The company sells fine jewelry through about 375 stores in 39 states, primarily under the Whitehall and Lundstrom names. The stores, generally small (about 880 sq. ft.) and located in high-traffic areas in malls, cater to middle- and upper-income men and women 25 years of age and older. Diamonds account for two-thirds of sales, but the company also sells gold and precious and semiprecious stone jewelry. Founded in 1895, Whitehall Jewelers was sold to a pair of investment funds, that includes Prentice Capital Management, in...