What's this crazy tux-wearing alternative-medical-guy doing
writing about Kay Jeweler?
Well, I firmly believe in giving props to my homies, and
Kay Jeweler is one of my homiest homies, dat be soytun.
All kidding aside, put the kiddies aside, and
let's talk jewelry. If you're lookin for quality jewels
for that special someone, Kay Jewelers is a great place
Kay Jeweler is all over the country, usually in the local mall
- in fact, Kay has more than 700 stores in America, and the map
of them makes it look like America has some serious acne, especially
in the east! I'll leave where the east is up to your imagination-
The Kay Jeweler website is pretty good- full of info, and not
overly programmed like some companies' sites. If you go to the
Kay Jeweler website right now, you can learn about diamonds and
meet diamontologist Ron Knoll, from the Rochester Minnesota location.
Your local jeweler can show you their certified diamonds, explain
the 4Cs, and so on.
Whether you're looking for diamonds, color stone, pearl jewelry,
necklaces, earrings, diamond studs, watches, men's jewelry, women's
jewelry, you can bet that Kay's has it. In fact, my wife bought
my wedding band at a Kay Jeweler here in San Diego. I'm pretty
happy with it. Of course, I'm a guy, and guys really don't know
that much about jewelry- which is why I'm happy to have experts
like Ron Knoll around.
If you join the Kay Jeweler website, you can sign up for emails,
create a wish list, and then hurry up and go out to meet people
who live near you who might one day buy that diamond from your
Kay Jeweler website wish list. My guess is you'd meet them at
a college or a country club. Don't head off to the sports bar,
unless you're planning a serial marriage kind of thing. Which,
come to think of it, might be good for Kay Jewelers!
Brian is the founder of PulseMed.org, medical professor at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and author of Powerful Body, Peaceful Mind: How to Heal Yourself with Foods, Herbs, and Acupressure.