Anderson Bros. Jewelers Closing for Good, Big Going Out of Business Sale Starts Thursday
Anderson Bros. is West Texas's oldest jewelry manufacturer and they are sadly closing down their doors. But before they do, they're holding a big going-out-of-business sale.
Anderson Bros. was established in 1923 and has been locally owned and operated for almost 100 years. Their website says they "pride ourselves on offering our customers the finest quality jewelry manufactured by the industry’s leading designers."
They were big on supporting the community and local nonprofits but now they had to make the tough decision to permanently close. According to KCBD, partners Todd Fields and Ann Winegar joined the firm in 1971. They both have plans to retire after the sale.
Anderson Bros. has been the place in West Texas to help generations of the Lubbock community celebrate so many important occasions or gifts with loved ones. This is the perfect time to have one more chance to do that and find a perfect Valentine's Day gift for that special someone in your life.
Throughout its long rich history in the Hub City, the store was a part of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, the Business and Professional Women’s Club, the Lubbock Area Foundation, Lion’s Club and so much more.
There will be a going-out-of-business sale Thursday, February 3rd in the morning starting at 10 a.m. They will be open through mid-April so the sale will go on through then, but everything at the store will be on sale. The discounts will range from 20-60 percent off.
You can find out more about Anderson Bros. on their official website. They're located at the Kingsgate Shopping Center at 82nd and Quaker right next to Menchie's Frozen Yogurt.
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