Hosting packages are available.

(Press Release) The Select Jewelry Show announces its 2017 Fall Shows in Dallas, Texas and Foxwoods, CT. The Dallas show will be held at Sept. 10-11 at the Ritz Carlton Dallas. The Foxwoods Show is Sept. 17-18 at the Grand Pequot Ballroom and Tower at Foxwoods, Ledyard, CT.

These fall shows directly address jewelers' fourth-quarter needs, offering short ordering and shipment times and limited on-site delivery. The Select Show offers jewelers a timely chance to stock up and balance inventory before the Holiday season. Both the Dallas and Foxwoods Shows also offer smart education, the chance to win purchasing credits and an all-around relaxed shopping experience complete with great food and a festive cocktail party where attendees can mix and mingle.

“It’s an important time of year for jewelers and our exhibitors are ready to assist,” said Jordan Brockhaus-Spears, Select Show director. “We’re also very pleased to offer hosting packages for qualified jewelers.”

ABOUT DALLAS, Sept. 10-11, Ritz Carlton Dallas

A&D Gem/Dvani
ADA Gems
Afarin
American Gem Society
Artistry
Asher Jewelry
Beverley K
BM Designs
Breuning
Coles of London
Color Source Gems
Crown Ring
DA Gold
Diabella
Dilamani
Doves
Eli Jewels
Elite Designs
Frederic Sage
Gemoro
Getana
Gordon & Co.
H. Weiss
Haridra
Henderson
HJ Namdar
House of Baguettes
Imagine Bridal
Jewelers Mutual
Jewels By Jacob
KC Designs
Maidi Corp.
Martin Flyer
Mastoloni
Mazza Co.
Meira T
Mercury Ring
Midas Chain
MWI/Eloquence
My Story Fine Jewelry
Naifeh Designs
Natalie K
Nava Dee -A.O.D.
Norman Covan
Norman Silverman
Officina Bernardi
Picchioti
Q Gold/Leslie
Qayten
Raymond Mazza
Rina Limor
Roman + Jules by First
Image Design
Royal Pearl
Rudolf Friedmann
Steven Royce
Variety Gems
Vivid
William Levine
Yael Designs
Zeghani
Zina

Sunday morning in Dallas features ‘Making the Grade’ by Susan Arlin of Brilliant Performance Group LLC and Monday’s speaker is James Porte, Porte Marketing, on Print, Digital and Social Marketing for Your 4th Quarter! Sessions are held during breakfast before the Show opens.

ABOUT FOXWOODS, Sept. 17-18, Grand Pequot Ballroom and Tower

A&D Gems/ Dvani
Ada Gems/ Mordechai
Afarin
Allison Kaufman Company
Armand Jacoby
Armbrust
Artistry
Asher
Bassali
Breuning
C.G. Creations
Charles Garnier
Coles of London
Color Merchants
Crown Ring
David Connolly, Inc./Jabel
Deil Joseph
Denny Wong
Dilamani
Doves
Epoque
Euphoria
Fitzgerald Imports
Frederic Duclos
Frederic Sage
Gemoro
Getana
Gravure
Commitment by Atlantic
H. Weiss
Haridra
HJ Namdar
Horo Sales
Imperial Pearl
Jewelers Refining Group
Jewels by Jacob
Kabana
KC Designs
KGM Industry
LaFonn
Leslie Brand by Quality Gold
Makur
Marathon Company
Martin Flyer
Mastoloni
Meria T
Midas Chain
MWI/ Eloquence
Nava Dee – A.O.D.
Norman Silverman
Officina Bernardi
Parle
PeJay Creations
Presentation Box & Display
Rembrandt Charms
Roman + Jules by
First Image Design
Royal Chain
Royal Jewelry
SDC Creations
Signature Engraving
Sterling Reputation
Timeless
Variety Gem
Vibhor
Vivaan
Vivid Jewels
Zina

Sunday morning education at Foxwoods features ‘Stay in the Now’ with Jackie LeBental, Trends Editor of The Retail Jeweler Magazine. Monday’s speakers are Susan Arelin of Brilliant Performance Group LLC and James Porte of Porte Marketing Group. Both sessions run during breakfast, prior to the Show’s opening.

Both Select Shows feature the chance to win $10,000 in purchasing credits (you must be present to win) and a great Sunday evening cocktail party!

2017 marks the 8th Select Show in Dallas and the 7 th year in Foxwoods. Full information on the show, as well as registration can be accessed at www.selectjewelryshow.com.

To register or for additional information call 646-517- 0660 or 800-552- 3790; email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or click www.selectjewelryshow.com.

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