Ready for a little “Blue and Gold” on ice?

Join us Wednesday, December 19 from 1 to 3 p.m. when Cam Janssen & TJ Moe from 590 The Fan broadcast LIVE from our store on Dougherty Ferry & Big Bend!

While we’re talking about sports, did you know two members of the Neustaedter’s team were also elite athletes?

Richard Neustaedter was nearly optioned by the Red Sox before he became a master hand engraver. He was also an amateur bowling champion.

Andy Portman, master jeweler, custom designer and diamond setter, was an Olympic Speed Skater.

Santa’s making his list. And, checking it twice. 🎅 Come in & find a gift for EVERY budget & master hand engraving on-site to personalize any gift! 🎁 And, don’t forget to take advantage of these great discounts ALL HOLIDAY SEASON—> wowdiamonds.com/2018-holiday/

Posted by Neustaedter's Jewelers on Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Our Special Guests

Cam Janssen – This Eureka native played for the St. Louis Blues from 2008-2011. Following his induction into the St. Louis Amateur Hockey Hall of Fame, Janssen moved into the radio business, where he weighs in every weekday afternoon on 590 The Fan, co-hosting “The Hard Line”.

T. J. Moe – Originally from O’Fallon, Mo., this MU grad was signed by the New England Patriots and later by the St. Louis Rams. Moe is currently cohost of The Hardline, a sports talk radio program on St. Louis based 590 The Fan KFNS(AM).

St. Louis sports fans, we hope you’ll stop by our store and visit with these two local sports personalities, as well as with our own two elite athletes.

While you’re there, we also invite you to take a look around our world-class fine jewelry showroom. Our “elite” diamond experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

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