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Stuller Announces 2017 Bridge Event Dates

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(PRESS RELEASE) Lafayette, LA — Bridge, a dynamic three-day conference offering business insights, networking opportunities, and much more will soon kick off its eighth season at Stuller’s global headquarters. 

The new informative and interactive classes dive deep into issues such as understanding industry trends, business planning essentials, inventory management, customer experience, customization technology and branding and marketing. 

“We created the Bridge conference to help our customers grow as jewelers, as store owners, and colleagues,” says Taylor Burgess, executive director of customer experience. “Bridge offers a chance for jewelers to learn from Stuller experts as well as one another, and to move the jewelry industry forward, together.”

“Bridge was extremely informative,” says Ken Alecia with Jess Jewelers in Brandenton, FL. “You can go to shows, you can go to different seminars, but this is something completely different. You are here with the people who are trying to help your business succeed so they’re really interested in helping you, not just selling you.”

The 2017 Bridge event schedule is as follows:

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  • June 25th-27th
  • July 16th-18th
  • August 20th-22nd 
  • September 10th- 12th 
  • October 15th-17th 

For more information on Bridge or to receive a call, visit Stuller.com/Bridge.

 

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