We’re cleaning out the warehouses of all THREE of our Metro Detroit stores as we get ready for the holidays! Our loss is your gain–come and take advantage of MASSIVE savings on game systems, televisions, electronics and sound equipment, fur coats, and more! TRIPLE Gold Bar savings on any clearance item for our loyal customers. Stop by Hazel Park, Detroit, or Pontiac!
Learn more at our Facebook page ‘Events’ tab!
American Jewelry and Loan sets the industry standard by providing the best pawnbroking experience to anyone that connects with us.
JOB DESCRIPTION: We are looking for sharp, motivated individuals who will be central to our family-owned business. Our loan clerks must be customer-service oriented and able to think fast on their feet. They will process pawn loans, evaluate jewelry and other items for purchase, and otherwise provide a world-class experience to everyone that they encounter.
DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
-Candidates must possess math skills, and be able to learn jewelry evaluation.
-Applicants should have a proven ability to work with a high level of flexibility while consistently demonstrating sound judgment, accuracy, and attention to detail.
-The position requires a well-organized, self-motivated individual who is able to multitask and analyze information in a fast paced environment.
-Excellent customer service and communication skills
-All serious candidates will be subject to a background check.
Minimum Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Two years customer service or retail experience
We offer a benefits package including Medical, Dental, 401K, and profit sharing.
Job Type: Full-time
High school or equivalent
Customer Service: 2 years
Cash Handling: 2 years
From the NPA Weekly Newsbrief: The American Jewelry and Loan chain just got bigger.
The Detroit-based pawn business, star of TruTV’s “Hardcore Pawn,” acquired Joey’s Jewelry & Loan on John R just north of Eight Mile Road for an undisclosed amount.
Through the early June move, it increased market share while expanding its brand with a new location not far from the 38-year-old company’s original store in Detroit, said Vice President Seth Gold, the son of owner and president Les Gold.
Read the full article from the NPA Weekly Newsbrief.
Les and Seth Gold and the entire American Jewelry and Loan team invite you to join us for a Grand Opening celebration on Saturday, July 23, 2016 10am – 6pm at each of our three Metro Detroit stores: Detroit, Hazel Park, and Pontiac.
The celebration begins at 10am with free giveaways for the first 100 customers through the door at each store.
At the Pontiac location, a Ribbon Cutting ceremony will be held at 10am with comments from Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson followed by a meet-and-greet with Les and Seth Gold with free autographed 8×10 photographs.
Les and Seth, joined by Jessica Lundy from TV20, will then host two other meet-and-greets with free 8×10 photos at iconic Detroit store at 12pm noon, then at Hazel Park at 3pm.
Throughout the day at all three locations, customers can register for door prizes and will have the chance to grab fistfuls of cash in the cash machine. Take advantage of TRIPLE GOLD BAR savings as well as other discounts and savings. Experts will be on hand at each location throughout the day to buy gold, jewelry, and other items including tools, equipment, sports memorabilia, and more.
Door prizes will be given away throughout the day at each location and include the items shown below. Additionally, there will be an online drawing for a GoProHero4 via our Facebook Page. Learn more about door prize giveaways at our blog. All prizes are available for inspection ahead of time at our Detroit location, call 313-345-4000 to make an appointment.
RSVP on our Facebook Page and register to WIN a GoPro Hero 4 Camera!
American Jewelry and Loan Detroit
20450 Greenfield Road
Detroit, MI 48235
American Jewelry and Loan Pontiac
546 N Telegraph
Pontiac, MI 48341
American Jewelry and Loan Hazel Park
20804 John R Rd
Hazel Park, MI 48030
Watch the video at behindthevelvetrope.tv!
So it may be no surprise that there’s a place for the owners of Detroit’s largest pawn store at the Grand Hotel.
Business expansion, legislative debate, and employee retention are all top of mind for Detroit’s regional leaders as they gather for the annual conference sponsored by the Detroit Regional Chamber.
And, I learned today, that those are the same issues that brought Les Gold and Seth Gold to the island.