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‘Bite the bullet,’ lower prices

The Sunday Market at the Stonehouse Restaurant has been a boon to Nevada City. It is bringing people from all over to eat, shop and stroll the streets for bargains.

I sell vintage and redesigned costume jewelry and collectibles, and used to sell antiques and furniture when I was younger, in Orange County.

Times are different now. Prices must continually be reduced to entice the buyer into adding items to their collections. Everyone can buy anything on the Internet, so all opportunities to sell merchandise to buyers before they sit down at their computers are helpful in this economy and high-tech society.

The store owners need to do the same. Their items will sell if they price them according to today’s market. Yesterday’s market prices are dead and gone. Bite the bullet like the rest of us and you will again begin to sell your merchandise and stay in business.

We want you to stay in business, and we are helping you by bringing in people to the area.

Sandy Davis

Grass Valley

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