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Lafayette, LA (30 August 2011) – Stuller headquarters was featured in a three-part story airing tomorrow on CNBC’s Street Signs. The documentary series titled “Gold Rush”, detailed the journey of gold from the mine to the consumer, and Stuller Inc. was chosen as the final leg of the journey, from manufacturer to market.

Stock reporter, Bob Pisani, spent an entire day touring the Lafayette facility and filming the company’s employees as they carried out their jobs. Focus areas included: casting, stone setting, cellular manufacturing, materials control, metals fabrication and shipping & logistics.

“This is an excellent opportunity for us to not only feature the state of the art processes that we have in place, but also some of our amazing people” stated Jay Jackson, CEO of Stuller. “The right combination of processes, people and product is the reason Stuller is the jewelry industry leader in domestic gold jewelry manufacturing.”

The report aired Tuesday, August 30th at 2pm ET, and can be viewed at on CNBC’s website at the following link: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000042762.

Stuller, Inc. is headquartered in Lafayette, LA and was founded by Matthew Stuller in 1970. The DTC Sightholder provides a wide range of goods and services for jewelry professionals. Stuller’s core product categories include: diamonds, gemstones, finished jewelry, mountings, findings, bridal jewelry, tools and supplies, and customized jewelry.

6/18/2021 Market Prices:
Gold 1773.10 Platinum 1068.00 Silver 26.39