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Stuller, Inc. hosts inaugural Owners Conference

DTC Sightholder presents smart solutions to industry's tough issues

(LAFAYETTE, La.) - Stuller, Inc. recently hosted the inaugural Stuller Advantage Owners Conference at its global headquarters in Lafayette, Louisiana.

"The vision behind this event comes from a desire to facilitate an open, honest dialogue about how we can work together to overcome the hurdles we currently face in this great industry," says Matt Stuller, president, founder and CEO of Stuller. "It is our hope that retailers are energized and inspired to seize the new opportunities these trying times have thrust upon us."


Leading Jewelers Guild highlights the “New Normal” during July Meeting & Show

(NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.) - Members of Leading Jewelers Guild (LJG), a prestigious member-owned jewelry organization of independent retailers, assembled at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach for their annual July Meeting and Show from July 10th to 14th. "The last twelve months have been unprecedented in this business and in our lives," said Guild vice president, Elise Kreisberg (Greenberg Jewelers, Sioux City, IA). "We've learned to survive by doing things differently; now we're ready to take the next step!"

Jewelers for Children to donate $ 1.75 million to Children’s Charities

(NEW YORK) - On May 31, 2009, Jewelers for Children, the industry's charity, held the 11th Annual Facets of Hope event in Las Vegas during the JCK Show. The charity announced intentions to donate $1.75 million to their charity partners in the year ahead.

"The Facets of Hope event is the culmination of our annual cycle of fundraising, and to be pledging more than $1.7 million to our charity partners is truly a success story," said Howard Sherwood, JFC board chair. The organization also recognized past honorees from the previous 10 years of festivities.

Gold: $300 or $3000? Investment gurus meet near Atlanta to discuss metal’s future

On April 23-25, 2009 over 20 different newsletter writers, stock analysts and mining related company representatives met at Chota Falls in Clayton, Georgia to discuss the future of the resource market and related alternatives to an audience numbering nearly 200.

With the topsy-turvy performance of all investment markets this past year, all ears and eyes were wide open for any information that could make future investing more secure.

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