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Meet Gary

Gary has been sharing great values with America for almost 30 years! This 34 plus year broadcast veteran has worked as a national sales host at some of America's most renowned shopping networks. While successfully representing a wide array of products through infomercials, commercials and national shopping channels, Gary says he is happiest when he is presenting high-end jewelry, exotic gemstones and watches.

Groups Gary Supports

Groups He Supports: Red Cross, Salvation Army, American Cancer Society, Wounded Warriors Project, Habitat For Humanity

Favorite Quote

Favorite Saying: Strive for perfection, settle for excellence!

Gary On the Air

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3:00 AM-9:00 AM Elegant Jewelry Designs & Colored Gemstones
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A collection of modern jewelry featuring invisible set gems along with international estate collections. Presented by Gem Shopping
9:00 AM-2:00 PM Exquisite Estate Jewelry & Gems
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Luxury designer estate jewelry featuring colored gems and diamonds. Presented by Gem Shopping
Gary & Rob


Favorite Gemstone: Gemstones are like my children. I have 5 children and love them all but each is special in their own way.


This gemstone is primarily mined in Australia and stones come in a full spectrum of color. The most common are the milky white and green stones while the red against black are the most rare. Opals are valued by the fire or play of color when looked at from different angles. Deposits of these stones are also found in the United States, Czech Republic, Turkey, Indonesia, Brazil, Ethiopia, and Guatemala.

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The most well known of the sapphire family is the blue stone that is only second in hardness to diamonds and known as the gem of heaven because of its rich blue color. The use of sapphires as adornment dates back, as early as, the 7th century B.C. One of the most famous sapphires is the 104 ct. Stewart Sapphire mounted in the British Imperial State Crown. Sapphires are most prevalent in Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Madagascar, Africa, and Montana in the United States.

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The favorite stone of Egyptian Queen Cleopatra, emerald is a member of the beryl family of gemstones. The mineral chromium is what gives the emerald its color, the higher the chromium the more intense the color. Emeralds were mined by the ancient Egyptians and their name comes from the Greek word smaragdos meaning green stone. The finest emeralds are found in Columbia but emeralds are also found in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Russia, and Afghanistan.

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