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Jewelers Mutual Group Ranked No. 60 Most Successful Private Company on Deloitte’s 2019 Wisconsin 75

It attributes success to its commitment to its policyholders and the vitality of the jewelry industry.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI — Jewelers Mutual Group announced that it ranked No. 60 on Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75, a ranking of the 75 largest private companies in Wisconsin based on sales revenue.

This is the company’s first year for the distinguished honor and Jewelers Mutual president and chief executive officer, Scott Murphy, credits high standards and an unwavering history of ethical practices with the company’s accomplishment. Murphy said, “We’re honored to be recognized among some of Wisconsin’s greatest companies. Our strong results continue because of the dedication of our employees and the support of the community we’ve called home for over 100 years.”

“Founded in Neenah in 1913, Jewelers Mutual has a longstanding history in northeast Wisconsin and we operate with the same integrity and sense of social responsibility as our original founders,” said Murphy. “Our continued growth is fueled by our steadfast commitment to enhancing the health and vitality of the jewelry industry and the policyholders we have the privilege of serving each and every day.”

“The Wisconsin 75 list doesn’t just include some of our state’s most recognizable brands. It also highlights many exciting and emerging companies,” said Scott Wrobbel, U.S. central region leader and Wisconsin managing partner of Deloitte LLP. “Deloitte is delighted to recognize the important role these private companies play in Wisconsin’s economy.”

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