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Stuller Announces Schedule Changes for Upcoming Events

In-house trainings and events scheduled for the months of March and April are on hold.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Stuller has recently made the decision not to hold any in-house trainings and events scheduled for the months of March and April at its global headquarters in Lafayette, LA, due to the recent developments regarding coronavirus.

Bench Jeweler Workshop, which was set for March 27 and 28, has been rescheduled to Oct. 2 and 3, while all other trainings and events happening in March and April will be canceled. This includes the three-day Bridge conference that was set to start on April 19.

Alternative Bridge dates for 2020 will be as follows:

• July 12-14, 2020
• Sept. 20-22, 2020
• Oct. 11-13, 2020

“This decision was not easy, nor taken lightly,” says Danny Clark, president. “This is something we felt we had to do to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our associates and our customers.”

Stuller’s events team will be reaching out directly to all attendees of these upcoming events in the coming days, but we are also encouraging all customers to please contact the team at 800.877.7777, extension 2481 if there are any additional questions or concerns about this announcement.

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For more information and updates visit the Stuller Events Page at www.stuller.com/events.

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