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Local jeweler helps first responders stay safe
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Thomas Hill Jewelers, Hinesville’s only family owned and operated jewelry store, recently joined with Jewelry Innovations, manufacturer and distributer of fine jewelry and developer of high-tech jewelry alloys, to help first responders stay safe while wearing jewelry on the job.

 They provided free silicone rings for Hinesville’s first responders – police, firefighters and paramedics – along with ring removal tools donated to the Hinesville Fire Department and Liberty County Fire Department.

 The first of its kind presentation was held at Thomas Hill on Oct. 14.

 “The program’s goal is to help keep safe the ones who keep all of us safe” said Harry Rosenthal, CEO of Jewelry Innovations.

 “We are excited to share this opportunity with our Hinesville and Liberty County Police, Fire and EMT community,” said Tom Hill.

 Thomas Hill Jewelers presented the Ring Removal Tools to Liberty County Fire Chief, Brian Darby and Hinesville Fire Chief, Robert Kitchings.

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