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JVC’s Annual Event to Be Hosted Virtually

It will take place on Jan. 8.

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2021-AC-SS-JJK-AWARD(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — In the wake of the pandemic, the Jewelers Vigilance Committee (JVC) has decided to take its 2021 Annual Event virtual.

The event will take place on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, and, in addition to being a forum to connect with the JVC community, will recognize the strength and resilience of the industry and celebrate JVC’s achievements as an organization. JVC will also be announcing several new initiatives to support the industry’s success into 2021 and beyond.

“The Annual Event provides the opportunity for JVC to raise funds for the important industry initiatives we bring to our members and help continue our mission of encouraging ethics and integrity within our industry” said Tiffany Stevens, JVC president and CEO. “We’re excited to offer an event that will allow attendees to join together for an afternoon of celebration and networking as well as to honor someone deserving from our industry with our Stanley Schechter award.”

Stay tuned for more details and please make sure to save the date to join the celebration.

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