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College dropout to jeweler for NFL future stars

This former University of Houston college student pursued his dream of jewelry and it has paid off handsomely in a very short time.

ESPN has a great expose on this real life story of Leo Frost, formerly Arsh Khusro, who climbed the jewelry ladder very quickly. Per ESPN...

"Frost, whose real name is Arsh Khusro, said he got into the business in college when he spent around $2,200 on a chain that cost only $550. He saw an opportunity for someone who did quality, honest work to build a lucrative career."

Leo Frost leveraged his relationships with University of Houston athletes to quickly establish himself as a trusted and reliable jeweler. His status climbed further from his friendship with legendary Houston jeweler Iceman Nick...

"The run of athletes started once he built a relationship with renowned Houston jeweler Iceman Nick, who has been in the business for more than 20 years and has welterweight boxing champion Errol Spence Jr. among his clients."

The article goes on to further explain how Leo Frost's personal relationships with his clients as a driving force behind his success. More from ESPN...

"Frost has made it a point to foster those relationships and make sure players know they're valued. After Burrow got a bigger version of the Boosie chain last year, Frost sent Burrow's family a custom set of No. 9 pendants to wear on game days. Burrow's mom, Robin, sported hers when she took the photo for a cardboard cutout inside Paul Brown Stadium for Burrow's first game."

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