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Facebook Likes Fort Worth-based Jewelry Nut Auctions

Image via Jewelry Nut Auctions/Facebook
Image via Jewelry Nut Auctions/Facebook

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What started as an idea during a play date has turned into a $1.6-million-a-year Fort Worth business—also known as Jewelry Nut Auctions. Founders Victoria Wise and Meredith Miner first started the company, which sells jewelry and other accessories via triweekly Facebook auctions, just over two years ago.

According to the Star-Telegram, the duo was recently asked by Facebook to participate in a small-business forum made up solely of businesses who rely on the platform; they were one of only 12 companies nationwide to participate.
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