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Interior photo of the DutchCrafters Amish Furniture showroom in Sarasota, FL.

JMX Brands Named a Business Observer Top 500 Company

JMX Brands, parent company of the largest online retailer of Amish furniture at www.dutchcrafters.com and eco-friendly home goods site www.ecofriendlydigs.com, has made the Business Observer Top 500 list for the fifth year in a row. Formerly the Gulf Coast 500, the annual list ranks the top 500 companies by revenue in the nine counties that form the area from Tampa to Naples. Founded in 2003 by CEO Jim Miller, JMX…

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JMX Brands Promotes Alex Miller to Customer Experience Team Manager

Alex Miller has been promoted to manager of the Customer Experience Team at JMX Brands, the largest online retailer of Amish furniture under the brand name DutchCrafters at https://www.dutchcrafters.com. He will oversee the sales, customer service and delivery processes for the company, ensuring the best possible customer experience throughout the sales cycle. Miller has worked in several roles at JMX Brands since 2009. Most recently, he has served as digital…

Mary Fehr and Sarah French begin their ride for the MEDA Bike to GROW intitative, sponsored by DutchCrafters

DutchCrafters Sponsors Mennonite Economic Development Associates Fundraiser

Online Amish Furniture Retailer Aims to Match $5,000 in Giving (Sarasota, Fla., May 18, 2015) – DutchCrafters Amish Furniture, the largest Web-only retailer of Amish furniture at www.DutchCrafters.com, is the primary United States sponsor of Bike to GROW, which is raising funds for Mennonite Economic Development Associates’ (MEDA) GROW program that supports women entrepreneurs in Ghana. Starting May 18, 2015, Mary Fehr and Sarah French will bike across Canada with…

Dutchcrafters Announces Fourth Year of Scholarship Opportunity

Three Students to Receive Financial Assistance from the Amish Furniture Retailer Sarasota, FL, February 27, 2014- Since 2011, web-based DutchCrafters Amish Furniture (parent company: JMX Brands) has offered three $500 scholarships to deserving candidates across the country, in an effort to recognize and support students who plan to use their heritage to bring creativity and value to their vocational aspirations. Jim Miller, CEO of DutchCrafters, explains: “In 2003, the words…