DENVER, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 02/28/13 -- Shane Co., the largest privately held jeweler in the United States, today announced that the company has received the prestigious WeddingWire Bride's Choice Award 2013® for jewelry. WeddingWire.com is the largest wedding vendor review website in the US, with over one million newlywed reviews.
The WeddingWire Bride's Choice Awards® identify the top local wedding vendors by collating the reviews from newlyweds. As a 2013 winner, Shane Co. is recognized as the best in all of the markets the jeweler serves in the US.
"What an honor," said Tom Shane, owner and founder of Shane Co. "Our customers are the backbone of our company, so to be recognized by them as the best of the best in the business not once, not twice, but three times is a phenomenally proud achievement."
Every customer review on WeddingWire is based on five different categories: quality of service, responsiveness, professionalism, value for cost, and flexibility. Shane Co.'s overall rating is 4.7 out of 5.
"Shane Co. strives to offer the best value, selection and service, and this award just proves that we consistently achieve our goal," said Rordan Shane, Tom Shane's son who works alongside his father as president. "We are so grateful to our customers for their praise and helping us to, once again, earn this esteemed award."
About Shane Co.
Shane Co. is the largest privately held jeweler in the United States. The Denver, Colo.-based company is a direct importer of diamonds, rubies, sapphires and pearls, and operates 20 stores in 13 states, as well as an online store at www.ShaneCo.com. Shane Co. is recognized in the industry as a price leader offering the finest array of customer benefits, including a Free Lifetime Warranty and a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee.
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