THE STORY OF OUR FOUNDER, Rob Caldwell: On his last day in the Ukraine, Kiev Mission, some the very thoughtful members of one of the local congregations sent him home with gifts. One gift was a necktie with the same colors as the Ukraine flag.
That is when he realized that not only did he love the people of the Ukraine, but he also appreciated his time there…so much so that he was grateful to have a tie that would always remind him of his time there…a tie that means something.
It is with that in mind that he created Statesman Ties back in 2006. Rob and his wife, Amy, built this company with all the passion and sweat equity of driven entrepreneurs. They had a passion for Statesman Ties and providing quality 100% silk ties with premier customer support.
In 2021, Rob and Amy decided to move on from the company they loved, and went in search of a new owner to take Statesman Ties into the future. They called upon some of their best valued customers, and Blake and Brent Beazer were honored to be on that list. Blake had been buying Statesman Ties for family and friends and RM’s for several years as his go to gift that was sure to please. When approached about buying the company, Blake knew that he would have to partner with his twin brother Brent. The two are committed to the same level of quality ties and customer service that have been the standard at Statesman Ties.
We use the tagline “A Tie That Means Something,” because our custom neckties are more than just a fashion statement. As well, you can add a customized, embroidered tag to the back of each tie! This is a great way to make a special tie very, very unique. Wearing a Statesman Tie is a statement of pride and a remarkable way for people to be reminded of a country or state they’ve served in as a Missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints , or simply a place that they are from, fond of or like to visit.
In the future, Statesman Ties will add associated products; including water bottle vinyl stickers, socks, and silk scarves for Sisters and Moms.