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Kids Jewelry Camp Returns

It’s set for March 2 and 3.

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(PRESS RELEASE) ATLANTA, GA — Powered by the support of its SJTA membership, the Atlanta Jewelry Show announces Kids Jewelry Camp will be returning to the Spring 2019 show. Executive Director Libby Brown said, “We are thrilled to offer this experience to our children, and continue to grow this program by exposing them to all facets of the jewelry business. The energy these kids bring to the show is so inspiring, and I couldn’t be more proud to play a part in harnessing that energy to create tomorrow’s jewelry entrepreneurs.”

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Featured in several national publications, Kids Jewelry Camp is gaining recognition for paving the way for the next generation of jewelers. Through hands-on workshops, presentations and mentoring sessions, Kids Jewelry Camp nurtures a community where children and teens discover their passion for jewelry in an age-appropriate environment.

Camp will be in session Saturday, March 2, and Sunday, March 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost per camper is $150 for the two-day session and $100 for one day only. Programming will be geared towards two age groups: 7-11 years old and 12-16 years old. It will be located on the show floor.

Register here now.

For more information on the Atlanta Jewelry Show expansion, visit the AJS website at www.atlantajewelryshow.com/the-show or call the Atlanta Jewelry Show office at 800-241-0399 or 404-634-3434.

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