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New Jewelry Show Coming to the Midwest

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It will feature more than 250 booths.

(Press Release) Jewelry manufacturers, retailers and other industry professionals will come together for the launch of a new event August in Columbus, OH. The New Horizons Jewelry Show is the only show serving the Midwest and will feature more than 250 booths of well-known jewelry manufacturers and service providers.

Retailers from across the country are invited to learn of the latest trends, what’s new and hot in jewelry, and prepare themselves to make the most of the upcoming holiday selling season with a unique education program focusing on sales and marketing.

“We all know, you cannot continue to do the same thing you did last year and expect to grow,” said Jim Reed, New Horizons president and show director. “You need to continuously look at the road ahead to see the challenges and opportunities that are over the horizon.”

Reed has been managing trade shows for over 33 years, 23 of those being in the jewelry industry, including the development of the JCK Show in Las Vegas and The SMART Jewelry Show in Chicago. Reed says the New Horizons Jewelry Show exhibitors and education program will prepare retailers for the challenges coming down the road and position them to take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead.

For more information, please visit: NewHorizonsJewelryShow.com

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New Horizons Jewelry Show

Conference Day – Saturday, August 19

Show – Sunday, August 20 through Monday, August 21, 2017

Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 N. High St.
Columbus, OH 43215

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