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Anna Zuckerman Luxury Set To Premier at This Year’s JCK Vegas

The South Florida-based ethically-sourced, demi-precious jewelry designer 
is ready to make a big splash on the Strip

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(PRESS RELEASE) BOCA RATON, FL – Anna Zuckerman Luxury (AZL) has previewed its marketing plans for unveiling its brand at the national JCK trade show being held in Las Vegas, Friday August 27th to Monday August 30th, at The Venetian Resort & Sands Expo. This will be the largest national trade show attended by AZL since the website launched and its flagship location was opened in 2020.

Located at booth 14025 in the Design Collective Neighborhood, Team AZL will be showcasing both new and established pieces (rings, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and tiaras), most with the median retail price of under $200. All items are derived from ethically sourced, entirely sustainable materials, and provide luxury for customers of every economic and social scale.

A number of marketing pieces have been produced in an effort to introduce the industry members attending to luxury items that have been procured without harming individuals, communities, or countries. Whether encouraging customers to “Revive Your Passions” or to “Look Better Naked,” AZL is speaking to every walk of life that wants to sparkle.

“We have had an amazing year,” said Anna Zuckerman, company founder and product designer. “This is more of a celebration of what we have been able to accomplish than a sort of kicking something off, but we wouldn’t be able to have such a remarkable presence at our first JCK event without having had such a great year. We cannot wait to be in Las Vegas to cap off what has been truly monumental in terms of our launch. We also cannot wait to meet so many of the retailers who have helped us, and make even more connections for what we anticipate to be an extremely successful future.”

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