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Atlanta Jewelry Show Announces New Dates

The event will take place in October.

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The Atlanta Jewelry Show announced that the 2020 fall edition of its event will be held Oct. 24-25.

The event was originally scheduled for August.

Libby Brown, executive director, said, “After careful consideration, and in light of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) developments, the new show dates will enable us to provide the experience that our attendees expect and deserve in a safe environment. As everyone has been reminding us, great things happen when the community comes together and connects.

“This date shift offers the perfect opportunity for retailers to stock up for the holidays. We look forward to hosting a wonderful event. Until then, stay safe and healthy!”

The semi-annual show, which celebrates the 70th anniversary of SJTA, will take place at the Cobb Galleria Centre, with a pre-show conference on Friday, Oct. 23.

The show’s official sponsor and producer, the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association, is the nation’s oldest association for independent jewelry representatives. For information about the fall event, visit www.atlantajewelryshow.com, email info@atlantajewelryshow.com or call 800-241-0399 or 404-634-3434.

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