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Select Show in Dallas to Raise Money for Hurricane Harvey Relief

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It takes place this weekend.

(Press Release) The Select Show taking place Sept. 10-11 in Dallas, TX, is raising money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

“Our hearts go out to those affected by Hurricane Harvey and we are in a position to help,” said Select Show Director Jordan Brockhaus.

Show founder Joe Carullo, KC Designs, agrees. “The Dallas Select Show will support the state of Texas now, as it always has for the last eight years.”

The Texas-sized raffle will have a Texas-sized prize to go with it. Attending retailers and manufacturers are invited to purchase raffle tickets for $20 each or five for $100. The winner will receive a two-night stay at the Dallas Ritz Carlton and a $200 gift certificate to Del Frisco’s steakhouse nearby.

Raffles will be sold at the Show and attendees do not have to be present to win.

The Select Jewelry Show will match donations up to $5,000.

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All proceeds go to the American Red Cross Harvey Relief.

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