I want to have promotions and prizes for contest. I want to encourage visitors to send in pictures and share their life being a soldier with us. The main thing is that I want to make it a relaxed and fun website
Hinesville, GA (PRWEB) October 2, 2008
When someone gets their class ring after four years of enduring through high school, it's a representation of the pride and motivation they've carried with them through their journey in the hallowed halls. A military ring, for all intents and purposes, isn't much different, as it also symbolizes the pride of being a part of the armed forces.
Cedric Rice, a former soldier and business owner, knows how important something like a ring could mean to a person, which is why he started http://www.MilitaryRingExpress.com.
While Rice launched MilitaryRingExpress.com in June 2008, he's actually been running a brick-and-mortar store for 12 years, catering to military personnel and their families before moving it off base.
Through his new web endeavor, Rice is able to make Rings available to service people everywhere and along with his new webstore, he's also getting new designs. "There's a new expansion of the side panel design," said Rice. "I have a lot of specialty designs on my website."
Rice also insisted that his rings aren't just for soldiers: "One example is of a non-military ring design is the Puerto Rican flag we have. Some of our customers have been spouses who didn't necessarily want a military design."
In addition to the myriad of rings that are on MilitaryRingExpress.com, Rice has also started up a new interactive blog in http://www.MilitaryRingInfo.com.
"I want the blog to be a fun thing. My idea is for soldiers and folks who've been around the military to post information and have fun," said Rice. "I want all branches of the service to read the blog. I want to address military trends and topics, I want to include humorous stories, things that you don't see or read about anywhere else.
"I want to have promotions and prizes for contest. I want to encourage visitors to send in pictures and share their life being a soldier with us. The main thing is that I want to make it a relaxed and fun website," continued Rice.
With so many people continuing to buy rings that represent the pride of being in the military, Cedric Rice wants people to look at the lighter side with his blog, bringing a delicate balance that so many people need in their lives.
About the Company:
MilitaryRingExpress.com is a part of Riceland Enterprises, which is owned and operated by Cedric Rice. Military Ring Express exclusively sells Balfour Rings, and Riceland donates to military units at Fort Stewart and the Manna House in its native Georgia.