WATERVILLE ‚Äď Day‚Äôs Jewelers is holding a gold buying event to support local graduating seniors. Day‚Äôs Jewelers is breaking the tradition of Black Friday from selling to buying at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26.¬† People can bring broken, unwanted, or mismatched gold, silver or platinum jewelry to any Day‚Äôs location to benefit the senior class and add some cash to their personal holiday budget.
The gold buying event will benefit customers by receiving cash for unwanted jewelry and 10% of all of the purchased jewelry will be donated to a local high school chosen by the customer. As explained by Jeff Corey, President of Day‚Äôs Jewelers, ‚ÄúThis event is going to benefit the graduating seniors enjoy the final moments of their high school career. Day‚Äôs is proud to help these young adults transition into the next phase of their lives.‚ÄĚ
Corey added, ‚ÄúThere has never been a better time to sell unwanted gold jewelry. The price of gold is at an all-time high reaching more than $1400 per once in mid-November. It‚Äôs a great way to acquire extra cash for Christmas shopping.‚ÄĚ
All 6 Day‚Äôs locations across Maine and New Hampshire are participating in the event which is known as ‚ÄúGold Friday‚ÄĚ. Every location has several schools that have agreed to participate and benefit from the event. The class could use the donation to support their Project Graduation programs which offers a safe alternative activity the night after the graduation ceremony.
Day‚Äôs Jewelers has six physical store locations in Maine and New Hampshire as well as a full e-commerce website, www.daysjewelers.com. All Day‚Äôs stores feature a full service department and offer fine jewelry for every budget and occasion. Day‚Äôs, a Maine based company, was founded in Portland in 1914 and employs 140 people in Maine and New Hampshire. Day‚Äôs is owned by Kathy, Jim and Jeff Corey with headquarters in Waterville.
To learn more about Day‚Äôs Jewelers visit: www.daysjewelers.com
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