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PREMIER Announces New Dates: May 30 – June 3, 2019

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(PRESS RELEASE) Based on a change of the date pattern of the 2019 Las Vegas Market Week, we are shifting the show dates for PREMIER one day, to May 30th—June 3rd (Thursday to Monday), 2019. The other two mainstay events taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) alongside our event—American Gem Trade Association GemFair Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry and Watch Show—will also be changing their dates to coincide with our show.

The slight shift in dates for this collective group of shows is intended to provide buyers with the greater convenience of running concurrently with the dates of other shows taking place in Las Vegas throughout the week. COUTURE and COUTUREtime will also take place May 30th to June 3rd at the Wynn Las Vegas, and transportation will be provided between the two venues.

Designers, brands and manufacturers continue to sign on for PREMIER, the new comprehensive fine jewelry and timepiece trade event. As companies sign on, and conversations with brands and manufacturers continue, the show organizers are being mindful of thoughtfully curating the show to ensure a seamless shopping experience for attendees. One badge will give buyers access to all three shows taking place in the South Hall of the LVCC.

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