Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Announces 2011 Employee Awards Winners for Greenville Location

GREENVILLE, N.C. (Mar. 1, 2012) – Bailey’s Fine Jewelry is pleased to announce the 2011 Employee Award recipients for its Greenville store location. Three employees were recognized from the Greenville Store store at the company’s annual awards banquet, which was held last Sunday at the Cardinal Club in Raleigh.

Joyce Satterfield received the Core Values award for the Greenville location. The Core Values award winner is voted on by fellow associates and is given to an individual who exemplifies the core values of Bailey’s Fine Jewelry, which include honesty, integrity, professionalism, sincerity and graciousness.

Linda Thomas was named the Salesperson of the Year award for the Greenville store, which is given to an individual who not only had top sales performance in 2011, but also went above and beyond for patrons and fellow associates in addition to always being a team player.

Ed Cannon was recognized as the Hugger of the Year in Greenville. The Hugger of the Year is awarded to the person who is a team player and goes above and beyond to give the Bailey’s Extraordinary Experience.

In addition, John McHugh was recognized for 15 years of service.

About Bailey’s Fine Jewelry

Founded in 1948, Bailey’s Fine Jewelry is a family owned-and-operated company with stores in Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Greenville and Fayetteville. Bailey’s offers jewelry from today’s most esteemed designers, exquisite diamonds, estate jewelry, fashion accessories, fine timepieces and gifts. With an emphasis on customer satisfaction, personalized services include custom design, watch and jewelry repair, appraisal and bridal registry. Steeped in family tradition, Bailey’s is one of the most well-regarded and innovative jewelry stores in North Carolina and is best known for its distinctive ‘Bailey Box’ slogan. For more information, please call toll-free (866) 725-3111 or visit online at

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