Class ring, jewelry, metal craft firm opens first Cebu branch

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Sunday, September 18, 2011


BULLISHNES in Cebu’s jewelry and metal craft business has pushed a Luzon-based manufacturer, wholesaler and designer of highly crafted jewelries, class ring and
metal craft to open its first branch in Cebu recently.

R & J Jewelry Class Ring and Metal Craft Inc. recently launched its first site in Cebu located in 301 F. Ramos St., Cebu City last Aug. 19, 2011.

“Cebu is an ideal market for our products, especially for customized class rings because it is home to some of the countries leading universities,” said Celine Ocampo., operations manager R & J Jewelry Class Ring and Metal Craft Inc. in Cebu.

Among its top university clients for class rings are the University of San Carlos, University of San Jose Recoletos, Velez College, among others.

“We offer a six-month lay-away plan for personalized quality crafted items including an P800 down payment, which is one of the lowest and most affordable in the market,” Ocampo said.

The company was previously known as PTL Mountings specialist began in 1998 in Meycauayan, Bulacan, which was purely centered on the production and sales of handcrafted and machine-crafted fine jewelry.

Rolanda Poderoso Jr., company president, who was then 22 years old, started to manage and supervise the jewelry business and expanded it to include class rings and metal craft products like company and school pins, nameplates, corporate giveaways, tokens, medals and trophies, among others.

“Because of our decade-long experience and integrity in this business, we can assure our clientele, especially in Cebu of superior quality, reasonable price, lifetime service guarantee and customer satisfaction,” Poderoso vowed.

R & J Jewelry Class Ring and Metal Craft Inc. presently enjoys extensive market share and has grown to cater various clientele across the provinces of Bulacan, Iloilo, Bacolod and Cebu.

The business aims to be a leader in the class ring, jewelry and metal craft business nationwide.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on September 19, 2011.

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