Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Jeweler, chiropractor coming to Ballantyne Village

Abraham Joseph Fine Jewelers and Ballantyne Chiropractic Wellness are set to open this summer in Ballantyne Village, the south Charlotte shopping center said.

The chiropractic center will be owned by Dr. Cheri Snipes, and will offer services such as spinal decompression, infrared sauna therapy, and anti-aging services.

“My mission is to provide the Ballantyne community with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their health care, chronic disease prevention and injury treatment,” Dr. Snipes said, in a statement.

Abraham Joseph is owned by Abraham Pamucki, a native of Turkey who started his career as a jewelry apprentice there. The shop will do custom designs, in-house repairs, diamond and gemstone settings, and appraisals, as well as selling diamonds and gemstones.

"Our in-house manufacturing allows the customer to create their own item reflecting their individual personality and style," said Pamucki, in a statement. The stores are set to open this summer, although no exact date was given.


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6 comments:

Betsy said...

Ballantyne is nothing but a disgusting sprawl filled office park. Filled with sinners and morons

Anonymous said...

@Betsy how are they sinners?

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