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“Things You Need to Know to be an Effective Retail Jeweler” Educational Roundtables by TJA at the Select Jewelry Show

The event is will be on September 12-13, 2021.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The Texas Jewelers Association’s Annual Convention has partnered with the Select Jewelry Show to provide free educational roundtables at the Select Show on September 12-13, 2021 at the Ritz Carlton in Dallas. As part of their convention events, the TJA will hold its successful annual roundtable discussions for all retail jewelers who are attending both events.

The sessions include “Saving Money with the Big Communication Corporations and Stop Robo Calls” led by Susan Eisen, Susan Eisen Fine Jewelry and Watches, El Paso, President of TJA, “How to Comply with the New Gold Buying Laws” led by Rex Solomon, Houston Jewelry, past President of TJA, and “New Innovative Hiring Tips to Find Quality Salespeople and Jewelers in the Electronic Age” led by staffing professionals from LL Roberts, Dallas.

These informative roundtable discussions, geared to exchanging ideas to help retailers operate more successful businesses, will be held on Sunday and Monday mornings during breakfast before the buying floor opens.

Retail Jewelers must be pre-registered by August 30 to attend the Select Jewelry Show. There are three convenient ways to register.
Click the link to register here or email Victoria at [email protected] or call Victoria at 310-963-1199. For information on the TJA convention email Lucinda Rogers, Convention Coordinator at [email protected].

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