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JIS January Announces Date Change For 2019 Show

It will take place on January 19 – January 21.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NORWALK, CT — The JIS Portfolio is officially announcing the date change for its first Show of 2019! The JIS January Show, originally scheduled for Saturday, January 12 – Monday, January 14, is moving dates to take place one week later—Saturday, January 19 – Monday, January 21.

The January Show historically takes place during the 3rd week of the month. Due to venue renovation work, the dates needed to adjust to January 12-14. Fortunately, that is no longer an issue and we are able to shift the dates back to their usual pattern. This switch was also widely requested by the overwhelming majority of vendors and buyers alike.

The JIS January Show is the jewelry industry’s chance to restock, replenish and reconnect—all while in sunny Miami Beach, Florida during the most ideal selling time of the year. Visit jisshow.com/January or call +1 (800) 840-5612 for more information on attending or exhibiting today.

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