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Jewelers 24 Karat Club of Southern California Announces 2016 Honorees

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The Jewelers 24 Karat Club of Southern California and its board of directors have announced the club’s 2016 honorees, who will be recognized during its 72nd Annual Dinner Dance and Gala, at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA.

This year’s Excellence in Service honorees are Nikhil Jhaveri and Mary Todd-McGinnis. Nikhil is president of the Jhaveri Diamond Corporation and Elan Luxury Collections in Los Angeles. He is also president of the Diamond Club West Coast and a member of the executive committee of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses.

Mary is vice president of sales and training at Ben Bridge Jeweler in Seattle. She is a recipient of the Women’s Jewelry Association National Award for Excellence and the American Gem Society Distinguished Service Award.

“Nikhil and Mary have both made tremendous impact our industry and exemplify a high standard of professionalism, business ethics and a commitment to excellence, true to the 24 Karat Club’s mission,” says Niveet Nagpal, the club’s president.

Additionally, the 24K Club is honoring Jen Cullen Williams, managing director of Luxury Brand Group in Orange County, CA, with its Rising Star Award.

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“The Rising Star Award was created to honor a young leader that has shown a passion and commitment for the betterment of our industry. Ms. Williams is very deserving of this honor as she is one of the most gifted and dedicated professionals in our industry,” Nagpal says.

For tickets, sponsorship and more information on the honorees, contact Loretta Castoro at [email protected] or call 865.789.0690. The Dinner Dance and Gala is black tie optional.

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