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Job Shop reinvention story: Greg Ramfos of ROXO

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We talk about it in the Fox 2 Job Shop all the time.  You need to take risks.  Sometimes you have to fail to succeed.

In Detroit, the automakers have reinvented themselves in order to compete globally.

Have you done the same?  Are you competing?

Play the video to see Murray Feldman interview Greg Ramfos, the owner of ROXO.  His Sylvan Lake company makes bands, a kind of cool jewelry that allows the consumer to custom design their own band.

Ramfos used to be in the automotive supplier industry, but when things fell apart in 2008, he found a way to reinvent his company and save the jobs of the people he worked with.

Be like Greg.  Get inspired, get after it.

See the products and learn more about ROXO: https://getroxo.com/

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