The company was asked about keeping the gold items from being stolen. They assigned a couple of the employees to work on it and they found a good safe company that made custom safes for the home. Security systems and other precautions were also presented by the two employees. Stealing, fake gold, and fake cash was all taken into consideration.
Many people had gold watches and clocks that needed repair. So the company worked found some people to work on repairing watches and clocks. There were so many people that came in to get their watches repaired, the amount of work was like a absurdly gigantic wave of water that would wash out the beachgoers out to the great blue ocean. Fortunately, they found some employees who was willing to learn how to repair watches.
They were good employees who enjoyed their jobs. They all were well versed in all of the grades and technical information about their specialty. They all read up on the latest discoveries about their field and had plenty of time to talk about at their morning meetings. They all shared stories about gold and treasure hunting. They knew every expedition that would end up either in glorious riches to the perilous extinction as ships would descend to the depths of the ocean floor. They told elaborate stories to their customers who would listen with all eagerness to hear how it ends. Often times when they told an old gold story, they would direct the customer to the suit of armor or costume on display around the room. There were all sorts of large paintings on the walls and each one had its own story. They even told stories of people stealing gold from people too.
One of the customers requested holding the gold piece at the store since he was worried about someone stealing it from his home. Instead, the company bought a location and made the whole place into a display, sort of like a museum. They placed the item in the right section and put the name of the owner on it, if they wanted. People could come in and see all the gold pieces without worry about security. They would even hold events all night every night to make sure there were people there at all times. Wine and hors d’oeuvre served at all times. There were places where one could sit and a fountain with lights. There was a free item every week that was made of gold, usually it was a small collectable item. Sometimes it was a card with gold leaf but the whole collection was beautiful on display and all the cards could be purchased and framed. Auctions and events could be held there as well; it was a elegant, yet, welcoming and uncomplicated place to visit. Wonderful stories were told by the employees as well as slide shows. Sometimes they would show videos and short movies that the employees made about things that may not be completely related to gold.