Diy, Ohio — Pandora, a jewelry and jewelry wholesale company, is moving into a larger, more expensive location on Main Street.
The Diy store will have more than 300 square feet of space and will feature a retail area, dining area and indoor/outdoor space, said Angela Kornacki, president of Pandora.
“We want to create a more elegant and contemporary environment for customers,” Kornakakis said.
PANDORAS HISTORY Panda started selling jewelry in the U.S. in the mid-1990s.
The company has been in the Cincinnati area for several years.
Pandora began selling jewelry to the public in 2016.
Pandora began as a small jewelry store and was expanded to a chain in 2020.
It was a hard transition, Kornaksiak said.
“We needed to grow and expand,” she said.
“We did not have a lot of room to grow.”
Pandora is a small company and we didn’t have a very good track record of growing,” she added.
Kornackiak said the company has had several acquisitions and relocations.
The new store will feature two floors of retail space and the company will open a new office space in the space.
The Diy location will be located in a less dense neighborhood, Kucheliak said, but she declined to elaborate on what the location will look like.
On the other side of the street, Pandora will have a new jewelry boutique, and will also have an outdoor space for the company to host events and events, Koreniak said at the announcement.
Diy is home to about 5,000 residents.
Pandoras first store opened in 1992.