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The Jewelry Industry Celebrates Halloween 2016

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ONE OF MY FAVORITE times to browse social media is the morning after Halloween. You get to see all your favorite folks from the jewelry industry cut loose and have some fun in costume. I collected a few from my Facebook wall; hope you enjoy them as much as I did! ne of my favorite times to browse social media is the morning after Halloween. You get to see all your favorite folks from the jewelry industry cut loose and have some fun in costume. I collected a few from my Facebook wall; hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

Amanda Gizzi, director of public relations and events, Jewelers of America, as a cheetah

Amber Gustafson, owner, Amber’s Designs (Katy, TX), as a witch-in-a-box

Michael O’Connor, jewelry and style expert, as an Egyptian pharoah

Travis and Andrea Piper, Piper Diamond Co. (Vincennes, IL), as Top Gun pilots (on right)

Barbara Palumbo, director of business development south for Gumuchian and blogger at Adornmentality.com, and her family as The Incredibles

Ashley Stegall, marketing coordinator, Bremer Jewelry (Peoria, IL), as Alice in Wonderland

Sami Jack, founder of Sami Fine Jewelry (Fountain Hills, AZ), as Snow White

Michael Schechter, digital marketing/PR manager for
The Richline Group, as some crazy dude in a wig

Amie Guarino, sales/marketing/design, Louis Anthony Jewelers (Pittsburgh, PA), as the pregnant housewife

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Trace Shelton is the editor-in-chief of INSTORE magazine. He can be reached at [email protected].

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