Feb 24, 2010

Cintli Celebrates Grand Reopening

Cintli by Beto Yarce, a Seattle-based Jewelry and Mexican Décor boutique, will celebrate their Grand Reopening March 19th-21st in a new and improved Pike Place market location. Despite the economic downturn, Cintli has managed to expand the business by providing customers with beautiful jewelry and timeless home décor. In 2003, Beto Yarce, owner and head designer for Cintli, opened the first U.S. store in Seattle’s world renowned Pike Place Market. His dream was to present his unrivaled jewelry collections to a new audience and was humbled by the warm response it received from clients. Beto currently designs all of the pieces sold in the store.

"This recession has been tough in many small businesses like ours, but we are extremely excited about our expanded location in Pike Place Market," says Mr. Yarce, "In many ways this symbolizes the strong foundation our business has established, and it confirms our commitment to Cintli’s loyal customers.”

Since opening, Cintli has implemented innovative and meaningful initiatives to stay afloat despite the economic downturn. Initiatives include allowing local artists to exhibit and sell their artwork at Cintli, and implementing waste reduction and environmental-friendly techniques in all jewelry collections carried in the store. “It is important to me as an artist and a businessperson to create solutions to obstacles in our community and our planet,” says Mr. Yarce, “I also want Cintli to be a resource for local artists to showcase their work.”

Cintli’s Grand Reopening celebration will take place the weekend of March 19th - 21st and include great discounts, food, prizes and more.

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