It didn't take long for the word to spread that Fox Jewelry was quickly developing a base of loyal customers that trusted them to provide for them a high quality product at a competitive price
Sioux City, IA (PRWEB) August 13, 2008
All Robert Fox wanted to do was purchase the perfect engagement ring for his potential bride-to-be, Penny; then he wound up starting http://www.foxjewelry.net, a site that offers high quality Masonic and fraternal-themed jewelry.
"Finding the perfect stone for my wife only whetted my appetite for this business," said Fox, who eventually found the proper ring for Penny.
After being bitten by the business bug, Robert and Penny Fox started their http://www.foxjewelry.net website. Not long after opening their internet doors, they'd realized that the high quality of their jewelry - along with their fraternal message of brotherhood - allowed their store to stand out from others.
"It didn't take long for the word to spread that Fox Jewelry was quickly developing a base of loyal customers that trusted them to provide for them a high quality product at a competitive price," explained Fox.
The superiority of Fox Jewelry's products gave them the opportunity to create lines of jewelry for various fraternal groups, such as the Freemasons, the military and the Shriners.
A member of the North Riverside Lodge in Sioux City, IA, as well as the Scottish Rite, York Rite, Abu Bekr Shrine and Royal Order of Jesters, Fox is aware of the camaraderie that a piece of fraternal jewelry should represent. "I have customers," said Fox. "I call them friends, brother and sisters - from all walks of life."
As the site expands and evolves, http://www.foxjewelry.net will add more to their existing lines of fraternal and military jewelry, as well as a creative feature for their customers.
"We will soon be adding a new section on our website, dedicated to building your own personalized military and class rings," said Fox. "We are excited about this opportunity to let our customers build and see their own designs."
Additionally, Fox will continue on with the blog that they started to promote organizations: "We intend for the blog to be a place where our brothers and sisters can exchange ideas and promote their various causes," explained Fox. "We will use it as a way to inform everyone about the various processes used in the manufacture of quality jewelry. We welcome everyone's thoughts on how we can advance and enhance a positive view of our fraternal organizations."
As they approach their ninth year, Fox Jewelry continues to supply high quality jewelry and relies on nothing but a handshake.