Worthmore Jewelers raises $2,879 for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta at Made in America Bash
On Saturday, June 28, local jewelry store Worthmore Jewelers and internationally acclaimed watch and leather goods brand Shinola teamed up to host the Made in America Bash — an all-day public entertainment and shopping event held at Worthmore’s Midtown location. All proceeds from raffle ticket purchases, as well as 10 percent of all other sales made that day, amounted to a donation of $2,879 that was presented to Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta.
The Made in America Bash featured the largest selection of Shinola watches outside of their flagship store in Detroit, complimentary leather embossing for all Shinola purchases, raffle prizes worth up to $550, a food truck, complementary drinks, music, and face painting.
Worthmore Jewelers founder and owner, Harris Botnick, said Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta was the perfect beneficiary fit for the Made in America Bash.
“As a small local retailer, we at Worthmore rely on the idea of shopping locally and investing in one’s own community — and even as an international brand, Shinola promotes these same values by keeping all manufacturing jobs in their home city of Detroit to help the local economy. Ultimately, this is the same idea surrounding the Boys & Girls Clubs,” asserts Botnick. “They actually do some of the most important community investment work by investing in the children of metro Atlanta.”
For more information about Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, visit www.bgcma.org.
Worthmore Jewelers opened their first location in Midtown Atlanta in 1994 and opened a second location on the downtown Decatur Square in 2008. Worthmore specializes in unique fine jewelry, including wedding, commitment, and engagement rings, watches, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, silver, and custom work. They also have ever-rotating art exhibits featuring diverse sets of eclectic artwork. For more information, visit www.worthmorejewelers.com.