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Sgt1966
05-30-10, 07:46 PM
Here is a story written about our Service Disabled USMC Veteran owned jewelry business and that we are trying to do what is right - taking care of our own Veteran Family.

This was written about us by the Marine Parents, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization.
http://www.marineparents.com/announcements/column-our-marines-2010-04-28.asp

Just this last week the U.S. Marine Corps licensed our business as an Official U.S. Marine Corps licensee.

We are looking for more Wounded Warriors who would like to learn how to become a goldsmith/professional jeweler here in Denver Metro/Lakewood Colorado. If interested in our Wounded Warrior Jeweler Apprenticeship program - please stop by and talk with Randy or give us a call. (303)-985-8530. The Wounded Warrior Jeweler Apprenticeship program is a no-cost program for the Wounded Warrior who would like to acquire new skills and learn how to become a jeweler.

Trying to do what is right.

Semper Fidelis

Sgt1966
06-01-10, 11:03 PM
In case anyone is curious - who are business is and what we do ? We are United Casting Company, Inc - we are Marine Corps Veterans who design and handcraft fine jewelry, wedding, diamonds, platinum, gold, etc... we also own/operate a couple online websites (www.MarineCorpsRings.com) and design and handcraft fine Marine Corps Rings and Jewelry for Marines and FMF Corpsman and their families.

Instead of buying the made in china jewelry - now there is another option - Made in USA by USMC Veterans.

Have questions - please ask.

Have design ideas - please share.