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Select Show Announces Corrected Dallas 2018 Dates

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[Note: An earlier version of this press release contained incorrect dates for the show.] 

It will still be held at the Dallas Ritz Carlton Hotel.

(Press Release) NEW YORK — On the heels of a successful 2017 Select Dallas Show, The Select Jewelry Show announces a new date for 2018.

The 2018 Select Jewelry in Dallas will be Sunday, Sept. 16, and Monday, Sept. 17. The location remains the same, at the Dallas Ritz Carlton Hotel.

“We’ve slightly changed our dates to better serve our valued retailers and vendors,” said Joe Carullo of the Select Show. “We’re pleased to begin our ninth year in Dallas in 2018 and look forward to another great year there.”

The Select Show is an exclusive boutique jewelry trade show featuring some of the industry’s best brands and companies. At the Select Show fine jewelry retailers can meet with their suppliers in an elegant, comfortable, and manageable environment. With little overlap in categories the Select Show vendors represent the cutting edge in fashion, bridal, and all categories a retail jeweler needs to achieve success.

To register or for additional information call 646-517-0660 or 800-552-3790; email [email protected]; or click www.selectjewelryshow.com.

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