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Community giving is a big part of Susan Eisen's relationship to El Paso. Her donations include major gifts to the El Paso Humane Society, The Rehabilitation Center of El Paso, The El Paso Heart Association, The El Paso Medical Alliance, The University of Texas at El Paso Athletic Department, the Westside Welcome Club, The Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, The Assistance League, The Junior League, the ProMusica Guild, and many other worthwhile causes. Her annual donations can be attributed to helping raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for various worthwhile causes around El Paso. Ms. Eisen says, "Jewelry cannot only create happiness, but can improve the lives of others."
This was the very first location of Tiara Jewelry at 1500 Montana. The wooden sign was created by Susan Eisen, and the inside of the store was slightly modified from the previous owners of Tiara who had the jewelry store open for one year.
Susan Eisen has been invited to UTEP many times to speak to the senior Art Metal students in the Fine Art building. She focuses on the trials and tribulations of owning your own jewelry business and answers questions from students who are thinking about owning their own.
Susan Eisen welcomes everyone into her store and makes it "pet friendly."
This customer was brought into the store by her jewelry loving grandmother when she was only 3 months old. In 2017, she turned 22 years old and although her grandmother is no longer alive, she inherited her love of jewelry.
The proud recipient of the Eisen scholarship to UTEP for designing the most beautiful silver piece of jewelry in the shape of a man.
Winner of the donation we made to a charity in El Paso, where they raised $1800 from our gift.
Helping the Junior League of El Paso raise thousands of dollars for the past 25 years as a sponsor of "The Christmas Fair" enables them to serve the community with all their worthwhile projects.
Here is a happy winner of the donation to the Susan Komen Foundation for their annual fundraising event.
One year, Susan Eisen had a summer camp to teach children how to do beads in her store. Here is one of the budding young artists that attended that year.
Active on the board in the local and national Better Business Bureau organizations, here is Susan Eisen receiving her Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
The beautiful Nicole Johnson, Miss America 1999, giving a motivational talk in the store to children with diabetes and letting them try on her crown for pictures. An incredible event with a fantastic outcome!
A lovely customer framed her mom's heirloom bracelet with a picture of her mother after we refurbished it.
Susan Eisen, past president of the El Paso Better Business Bureau and winner of the Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics giving her award acceptance speech.
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