History of Ringmasters LDS Jewelry and Gifts
Ringmasters LDS Jewelry and Gifts was founded in 1987 by Randy Edmunds and a partner for the purpose of selling “Mission Rings” to LDS missionaries. During their first ten years of business they grew the company to over 30 employees and $3 million in sales. This growth was accomplished by developing several new product lines and by opening new distribution channels within new markets. In addition, this growth earned them a spot on INC magazine’s 1996 INC500, which lists the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. This accomplishment was repeated in 1997, along with a listing that year in the UTAH 100, ranked #29 among Utah’s fastest growing companies.
In 2002, Ringmasters was the co-winner of the LDSBA Outstanding Wholesaler Award, as well as the LDSBA Outstanding Sideline Product Award, which was repeated in 2004 by winning the LDSBA Outstanding Sideline Product Award again.
Today, Ringmasters continues to offer excellent products and maintains its reputation for being the leader in selling CTR rings as well as LDS jewelry and gifts. Our product selection ranges from jewelry items such as: rings, necklaces, bracelets, and pins, to gift items such as: crystal cubes, neckties, afghans and plates. We also are the creators of some innovative design options that are rapidly increasing sales for our retailers.