Davis Goldmark Jewelers is closing its doors and the Fairplex Child Development Center will benefit from the sale of the amazing merchandise. Owners Mark and Lori Hill will donate 10 percent of sales Tuesday, May 18 to Thursday, May 20 to the CDC and its 225 youngsters.
Mark Hill has been a strong proponent of early childhood education and has been involved with the Fairplex Child Development Center for many years, serving on its board and participating in its expansion and educational programming for young children and families. Mark is owner of longtime family-held jewelry store Davis Jewelers, renamed Davis Goldmark Jewelers in 2000, with a familiar Second Avenue location in downtown Upland. The store will close its doors after nearly 70 years of operation at the end of the month, while its owners enjoy retirement. Davis Goldmark Jewelers will sell its entire $2,000,000 inventory of high-quality merchandise at incredible savings. All diamonds, gold, precious stone jewelry and watches are included in the close-out sale.
The CDC is a program of The Learning Centers at Fairplex that encompass educational programs providing a lifetime of learning and designed to meet educational and community needs while providing opportunities for students of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds. In addition to the CDC, the programs include the Career and Technical Educational Center (CTEC); Fairtime Education; the Junior Fair Board; and the Millard Sheets Center for the Arts. Support for TLC relies on the contributions of individuals, businesses and organization, making this offer by Davis Goldmark Jewelers even more noteworthy.
Davis Goldmark Jewelers is located at 220 N. Second Avenue, Upland. For more information visit Fairplex.com.