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Presentation Box + Display to feature innovative programs at DC and Foxwoods Select Shows

Pres box coverFor the 9th year Presentation Box + Display [www.presbox.com] will be showcasing their products at the DC and Foxwoods Select Shows [https://selectjewelryshow.com/]. As a leading jewelry packaging and display supplier for the independent retail jeweler they will be offering both custom packaging as well as stock boxes, pouches and bags. Their full selection of domestic made, tariff free packing will be on display as well.

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Jewelers for Children announces second annual JFC Day

JFC Day(NEW YORK) - The second annual JFC Day will be held on Saturday September 28, 2019. JFC Day is a day for all supporters of Jewelers for Children (JFC) and for potential new ones to celebrate the success of the industry’s support for children in need and raise visibility and funds for the charity. JFC Day is the brain child of Steven Vardi, a JFC board member who helped develop the concept along with JFC’s Marketing Committee. 

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Carolina Jewelers Alliance to host Annual Convention in Asheville, NC

CJAThe Carolina Jewelers Alliance 2019 Convention will be held at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC.The Carolina Jewelers Alliance (NCJA & SCJA) will host their Annual Convention at The Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC on September 29 - October 1. The focus of this year’s Convention will be building stronger relationships within our industry. The CJA agenda is full of networking gatherings, team-building excursions and round-table discussions, all overlooking the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.  In addition to out-of-the-box opportunities to connect, Bill Warren will be teaching educational seminars in a traditional setting.

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GIA Seminar on Evaluating Jewelry Quality

(CARLSBAD, Calif.) - GIA (Gemological Institute of America) presents a unique seminar that teaches the assessment of jewelry design and engineering to identify manufacturing methods, workmanship and risk of failure. Professionals will learn the 12-step forensic methodology process to evaluate how jewelry is made based on GIA’s Quality Assurance Benchmarks (QABs) for assessing workmanship.

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