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    pls correct if wrong

    Your Favorite Jeweler will move to a new and a bigger location to serve you better, under a new name.

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    Re: pls correct if wrong

    As a Brit and mentor, but not a teacher, I would have phrased it as follows:

    To serve you better, your favorite jeweler (AmE) [jeweller (BrE)] will be moving to new, larger premises, under a new name, "New Name" on Monday, xth of June.

    Hope this helps

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