When your business is 33 years old, what theme do you use for the anniversary celebration?

Cindy and the Sues at Mikesells Fine Jewelry in Hamilton thought about 1983 and realized that CDs, downloads and flashdrives weren't around back then. We got our music from records!

There were singles, called 45s because that was the speed setting on the turntable - 45 RPM (revolutions per minute) and albums, which (conveniently) run at 33 1/3 rpm.

There it was. 33 RPM and 33 years was a match!

So, They grabbed several old record albums, made a Mikesells record label and hung the vinyl from the ceiling. They decorated others with jewelry for the display cases. The celebration sale was underway.

We at KLYQ 1240 AM love the idea, since we play music from that time period and we still have a working turntable at the studio and some albums. But, let's think about the future. At Mikesells 45th anniversary they could use the smaller records and at the 78th anniversary there's the old Victrola...

Congratulations on your 33rd year, Mikesells Fine Jewelry!

This is a whole different definition of a "gold" record. (Steve Fullerton, Townsquare Media)