2020 was a great, but different, year at the Watch Shop.
I thought to start off the new year, I should go over a few of the highs and the lows that happened in 2020.
I had the opportunity to work on some beautiful watches and also had quite a few “basket cases” show up at the shop.
The last year was a good one for my blog posts. It seems like the most popular posts are on the “technical side” — and the photos of Charley have gone over well, too.
I also posted a few of my before and after pictures. Customers like to see how a banged up old watch arrives at the shop and how the transformation process turns the watch back into a usable timepiece.
This year, we compared some classic watches, talked about the intricacies of how to repair them, some company secrets and some of our interesting clients.
The Secrets to My Success (Sept. 21)
How I Run My Watch Repair Business (Aug. 31)
Mark Sirianni Watch Repair
25 Fraley Street
Kane, Pa. 16735
CHARLEY PHOTO OF THE WEEK: There are certain places Charley isn’t allowed in the house. Those seem to be her favorite places to visit.