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Jewel of a Day

| April 9, 2013 | Parties

THE PARTY Junior Achievement of Southern California hosted a Sunday breakfast at Tiffany & Co.’s Rodeo Drive boutique to celebrate the members of the nonprofit’s Free Enterprise Society, which teaches kids the importance of financial literacy and promotes continued education. THE PLAYERS Lynn Hopton, Margo White, Helen Pekny THE HIGHLIGHTS Bright-eyed guests slipped on dazzling sparklers and tried to tie a traditional Tiffany bow. Tiffany & Co.’s group director, Michael Howard, shared historic stories, such as the brand’s first day sales figures after opening in 1837: a whopping $4.98. Precious jewels for less than $5? Now that’s a bargain any enterprising investor can appreciate. Photos courtesy of Amanda Edwards


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