In uncertain economic times, people often change habits. They trim their budgets as best they can, eat out less, avoid splurging on "fun" items to afford things they need. But, according to Hunter Woodard, some desires won't ever change, even in the direst of economic climates: "Young men are still falling in love and they want to buy the best ring to showcase their love for their future bride."
But, what's a young (or not-so-young) man in love and ready to pledge his troth to do when his bank account is lean and job prospects are even slimmer? He may want to hit some of the local Harrisonburg jewelry stores. Those stores - some of which have served several generations of Valley families - have a variety of options to fit most prospective grooms' budgets, while pleasing the blushing bride-to-be.
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