Happy Jewelers and The Arik Brothers Are Continuing a Family Tradition Like No Other

Early in their lives Gabe and Danny Arik realized the importance of helping others and felt a desire for entrepreneurship. Growing up in Istanbul, Turkey, the brothers would attend the bazaar with their father, Isa, a jeweler in the city. Business mindsets inherited from and enhanced by their father, Gabe and Danny dedicated themselves to fulfilling needs within the bazaar and began selling fresh water to those attending. This partnership between the brothers continued to grow and now, they are taking the jewelry industry by storm with their Happy Jewelers store.

In 2000, the Arik brothers entered the jewelry business when they opened Happy Jeweler in Fullerton, California. After decades of watching their father’s craft, the brothers took their learned knowledge and went off to start a business of their own. Continuing to implement the morals their father taught them, Gabe and Danny have expanded the Happy Jewelers business model to also include various aspects of business they deem important. 

“We continue the family tradition of providing the same superb quality, customer service, value, and level of care,” Gabe states. “We demand the best, so we offer unsurpassed quality at wholesale pricing, directly from our factory to you.”

The most important aspect of the Happy Jewelers operation is customer service and total satisfaction. “The number one reason people from all over the world shop with us,” the brothers say, “is our quality and service. We always go the extra mile for our customers.” 

Whether it is providing first-class hand-delivery for important pieces or creating the most cutting-edge of designs that meets each and every of a clients’ specifications, Happy Jewelers lives up to their name by leaving a smile on the face of every customer they serve.

Beyond direct customer service, the Arik brothers have made it a point to satisfy the needs of their local community as well. Between partnering with local businesses and hospitals and hosting local events, Happy Jewelers has become a staple of philanthropy within the Orange County area. A socially mindful company, Happy Jewelers continues to set the standard for success in the jewelry industry nationwide. 

As a family business, Happy Jewelers treats all their customers as if they are family which creates an unmatched feeling of comfortability within their store and overall business operations. While the Arik brothers state that it may sound corny, they truly aim to live by the company name and leave each and every employee and customer they come across feeling nothing but happiness.

To learn more about Happy Jewelers and the Arik family, visit the company website and Instagram page.

John Lyberg
John Lyberg
John Lyberg is currently a student at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire with experience in the fields of journalism and public relations. His work often focuses around the worlds of music, entertainment, and entrepreneurship. With a passion for music and writing, John works hard to keep a foot in the music industry, even having dabbled as a radio personality in the past

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