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Centurion Announces Free Tucson Gem Educational Event for Feb. 2

Begin your Tucson 2020 with a detailed market update.

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Featured Speakers: (Left to right, top to bottom) Edward Boehm, Rare Source, Chattanooga, TN; Eric Braunwart, Columbia Gem House, Vancouver, WA; Evan Caplan, Evan Caplan, Los Angeles, CA; Jonathan Farnsworth, Idaho Opal & Gem, Pocatello, ID; Joseph Menzie, Joseph Menzie, Inc., New York, NY; Jaimeen Shah, Prima Gem, New York, NY; Shekhar Shah, Real Gems, New York, NY; Monte Zajicek, Equatorial Imports, Dallas, TX.

(PRESS RELEASE) TUCSON, AZ — For those who are coming in for the Tucson Gem Shows, CENTURION has collaborated with eight major gemstone experts to create a special “Gem Market Update” educational event.

It’s set for Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020.

From 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at AC By Marriott Tucson Downtown (lunch and refreshments provided), get a gemstone market update from some of the brightest minds in the gemstone business. Colored gemstones are an important part of your business. And what better way to begin your Tucson 2020 expedition than to experience a detailed market update from a fantastic group of experts on many of the key gemstone categories you will be shopping while in town.

Here are the topics to be covered:

  • Very high end and exotic gemstone market update
  • East Africa gemstone market update
  • Emerald market update
  • Ruby market update
  • Sapphire market update
  • Designer gemstone market update

Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, click here.

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