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River Valley mother, teacher wins designer necklace from Springer’s Jewelers
Portland- Jill Bartash of River Valley, Maine is the lucky winner of a Tacori necklace from Springer’s Jewelers, presented just in time for Mother’s Day.
Bartash works as a literacy coach at Dirigo Elementary School in Peru and teaches site-based literacy courses through the University of Maine. In her spare time, Bartash conducts a volunteer cross-country ski program for kids at Black Mountain Ski Resort.
“We have always gone to Springer's for our jewelry and everyone has welcomed us like family. We appreciate the knowledge of the employees and the skill of the jewelers. The beautiful, Tacori necklace was the cherry on top for a wonderful Mother's Day weekend with my family!” says Bartash, who resides in Maine with her husband, John, and son, Jack.
Linda Gray, a top Sales Associate at Springer’s, sold this same couple their engagement ring nine years ago. “When I saw who it was I was so happy. It’s so nice to see our clients return throughout the years, and to watch how their families grow. When Jill put on the necklace, it was perfect… stunning, prettier than she ever looked! They are just a delightful young couple. Time has gone by in a great way.” says Gray.
Bartash was presented with the necklace this past Saturday in Portland during Springer’s All Tacori Weekend. The event offered guests a chance to look at Tacori’s full collection of fine jewelry, engagement rings and wedding bands. Springer’s showcased the designer line as the only Tacori retailer in Maine.