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Stuller’s Transform Tours Remote Events Return For Fall 2016

Transform Tours allow Stuller professionals to travel the country and address the challenges independent jewelers face.

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(Press Release) Stuller’s remote events – Transform Tours – are returning for the fall 2016 season. Transform Tours allow Stuller professionals to travel the country and address the challenges independent jewelers face and new ways they can offer their customers meaningful choices.

"Jewelers will get the chance to experience the connectivity between Stuller’s sales floor solutions and online customization," says Heather Kutzman, sales services director. "This is an important force in retail jewelry and one that will continue to gain strength." This event also allows attendees to get a firsthand look at a variety of products and see up-close demonstrations of Stuller’s software options.

"The event was organized just perfect," says Henry Feldman of Henry’s Fine Jewelry. "The setup was inviting and hands-on; the presenters were informative and genuine; the topics were interesting and initiated the thinking process for us and many attendees."

The fall Transform Tour event schedule is as follows:

  • Minneapolis, MN – Sept. 25
  • Seattle, WA – Oct. 9
  • New Orleans, LA – Oct. 23

For more information on Transform Tours, call 1-800-877-7777 ext. 3227 or email [email protected]

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