In celebration of its monumental 50th anniversary this year, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman declared today, Thursday, Sept. 18 as “Tower of Jewels Day” in Las Vegas.
Pictured: Jack Weinstein, owner of Tower of Jewels, Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman and Polly Weinstein, director of marketing and founder of The Jeweler’s Daughter – Photo Credit: Quillin Advertising, Public Relations & Social Media.
Led by the vision of Jack Weinstein, Nevada’s largest family-owned manufacturing jeweler, Tower of Jewels, has secured an iconic place in Las Vegas with values based on customer service, community involvement and excellence in manufacturing, since its inception in 1964.
The celebration included live music, guest book signing, complimentary food, refreshments and a celebratory toast.
Opening the doors to the first location in 1964 on Fremont Street, Tower of Jewels has become Nevada’s largest manufacturing jeweler and direct diamond importer and cutter. Tower of Jewels manufactures its own pieces, passing savings to its customers, ultimately creating exquisite jewelry pieces without sacrificing quality and service.
Today, the 20,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing and design center is largest structure of its kind in the United States, serving as headquarters for the company and employs an experienced team of jewelers, goldsmiths, designers and diamond cutters all under one roof.