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Donations Being Accepted for Cindy Edelstein Memorial Auction

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(PRESS RELEASE) The Contemporary Jewelry Design Group (CJDG) announces that the second annual Cindy Edelstein Memorial Auction will take place on Friday evening, June 1, 2018, at the COUTURE Show in Las Vegas. 

Following the success of last year’s inaugural auction, CJDG and COUTURE have decided to open participation to any jewelry design company that is exhibiting at COUTURE. 

In addition, all members of the CJDG will be able to donate as well, even if they are not showing in Las Vegas.

The auction will take place online.

“Once again, we thank StrategyWerx and Andrea Hill of Hill Management for their generous donation of the online site,” CJDG stated.

Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Jewelers For Children charity and to the Cindy Edelstein fund of the Women’s Jewelry Association. 

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Donations of jewelry to the auction are now being accepted. 

To submit jewelry for the auction, go to cindymemorial2018.paperform.co and complete the form. When the form is completed and submitted, the information will be uploaded to the Auction site auction.cjdg.jewelry

Bidding on the auction will begin on May 1, 2018, and end at noon on June 1, 2018. 

The dollar amount raised will be announced at the event on Friday evening, June 1, with all winning bidders notified via email no later than June 2, 2018. 

For more information, contact Marylouise Lugosch, executive director of the CJDG, at [email protected]

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