Buffett repeats role as Borsheims jewelry salesman

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Billionaire Warren Buffett hopes to sell more than $2 million worth of jewelry to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders when he returns to the sales floor at Borsheim's on Sunday afternoon.

Buffett told shareholders that in his annual letter than he sold $1.5 million worth of jewelry last year, so he wants to top that.

Buffett has sold jewelry at the Berkshire-owned store in west Omaha during each of the past two years during the annual meeting celebrations.

Besides selling jewelry, Buffett plans to schmooze with Berkshire shareholders over a few hands of bridge and at two of his favorite steak restaurants.

On Saturday, Buffett and Berkshire's vice chairman Charlie Munger spent several hours answering questions before a crowd of more than 30,000 people.