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Swiss Watch by JCK and Luxury Watch to Sponsor Time for Kids

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Swiss Watch by JCK and the new Luxury Watch have announced that they will be sponsoring Time for Kids, the annual watch giveaway during the Jewelers for Children Facets of Hope event.

Every attendee at the Facets of Hope event, held at Mandalay Bay on June 5, will be given a chance to win one of several donated watches. All of the watches will come from participants in Swiss Watch and Luxury Watch.

“The Jewelers for Children Facets of Hope is an integral part of the activities during the JCK Market Week in Las Vegas,” says Yancy Weinrich, senior vice president JCK. “Our exhibitors have been very generous over the years supporting the Time for Kids activity. It only makes sense that a watch giveaway be sponsored by the largest U.S. watch show, held during the largest U.S. jewelry show.”

Time for Kids was begun in 2000, and this year will mark the 17th time that watch exhibitors have generously supported the activity. The watches will be on display throughout the Facets of Hope event, and sponsors will receive recognition on signage and during the program at the event.

“What a perfect way to build on our past success and reach a milestone with the support of the prestigious Swiss Watch and the new Luxury Watch events by JCK,” says David Rocha, executive director of Jewelers for Children.

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Participants interested in donating a watch can contact Jewelers for Children at 212-687-2949 or [email protected]

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