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American Gem Society Names Conclave Sponsors

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(Press Release) Las Vegas, NV – The American Gem Society (AGS) recently announced a list of sponsors for its annual Conclave, held April 5-8, 2017, at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood, CA. The list includes many of the most well-known and respected brands in the industry.

“These companies not only help sponsor Conclave, they demonstrate their commitment to AGS members by contributing to world-class education, networking and growing a community of jewelry professionals dedicated to consumer protection,” said Katherine Bodoh, CEO of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories. “Their support demonstrates their commitment to excellence, values, and ethics.”

Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company returns as the Presenting Sponsor of Conclave. “Their continued support and dedication to the industry helps the AGS create, year-after-year, the high-level of classes and networking opportunities that our members can only get at Conclave,” said Bodoh.

The list of sponsors includes:

  • Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company
  • AGS Laboratories
  • Wells FargoThe Knot
  • Forevermark
  • Centurion Jewelry Show
  • Parcel Pro
  • GIA
  • American Gem Trade Association (AGTA)
  • JCK Events
  • Sarine North America Inc.
  • COUTURE
  • JA New York
  • McTeigue NY 1895
  • CanadaMark
  • W.R. Cobb Company
  • Rapaport
  • VICENZAORO
  • Martin Flyer
  • Brink’s Global Services
  • GemFind
  • NPD Group, Luxury Practice
  • Preferred Jewelers International
  • The Gordon Company
  • Trac Tech Systems
  • Virtual Diamond Boutique
  • Star Gems
  • Platinum Guild International
  • The Gemmological Association of Great
  • Britain
  • Gemworld International
  • RDI Diamonds
  • The Edge
  • UL Consumer and Retail Services
  • Gem Wave Inc.
  • Omi Gems
  • Julius Klein Group
  • Ritani
  • IDEX
  • Jewelers of America

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