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JCK Changes Dates of Las Vegas Shows for 2021

JCK Las Vegas and Luxury will be held in August rather than June.

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JCK announced that for 2021, the JCK Show and Luxury by JCK will move from June to August and remain at The Venetian Resort & Sands Expo in Las Vegas, NV.

The new dates for JCK will be Friday, Aug. 27,  through Monday, Aug. 30.

Luxury will run Aug. 24-Aug. 30, with the invitation-only part taking place Aug. 24-26.

“After a year without an opportunity for the jewelry community to gather together, it is important to JCK to facilitate an in-person event in the most positive and safe way possible,” said Sarin Bachmann
group vice president, JCK and Luxury/Reed Jewelry Group. “Following thoughtful discussion with our advisory boards, partners and customers, we have decided to move JCK and Luxury to a late August date pattern. It was clear this was the best path forward to reunite the jewelry industry in 2021.

“This move is possible due to the candid feedback we received from our JCK community, including our JCK and Luxury Advisory Boards, and the efforts of The Venetian Resort & Sands Expo and the JCK and Luxury show teams.

“We know our industry is eager to come together again, and we are excited to bring many new opportunities in 2021 to source, connect, learn and ultimately conduct business on and off the show floor before during and after JCK and Luxury.

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“The jewelry industry should save these new August dates and stay tuned for more detailed information in the coming weeks from JCK related to the exhibiting and attending experience in August.”

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