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Game Changer: Kings of Rings

Enso Ring co-founder Brighton Jones almost broke his ring finger during a rock-climbing excursion when a small body shift caused his metal wedding band to catch on a rock. “Fortunately, my ring broke off a piece of rock, instead of my entire finger,” Jones says.

Brighton Jones

Aaron Daly

He studied various ring materials during global travels. Soon after, Brighton partnered with his childhood buddy Aaron Daly to design and sell comfortable, fashionable and affordable silicone rings, ideal for guys and gals with an active lifestyle. The concept was so exciting, that even entrepreneurial reality show “Shark Tank” gave the Lehi-based boutique their seal of approval.

 

Photo courtesy of Enso Rings

Say “I do” with a precious-metal-infused ring or customize a thank you gift for your wedding party that includes stackable rings and bracelets in your wedding hues.

Aside from being easy on the newlywed pocketbook ($25-$35 each), the rings appeal extends beyond your wedding celebration. Their Ring for a Reason offers a portion of ring proceeds to health and humanitarian programs including Global Citizen and Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC). ensorings.com

 

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Val Rasmussen reports on local trailblazers in design and fashion for Utah Bride & Groom, Utah Style & Design and Salt Lake magazines. Additionally, she works with marketing teams to create content about leaders impacting business, construction, technology and healthcare.

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