AGTA GemFair Las Vegas Will Be 4 Times as Big Next Year
Due to high exhibitor demand, its pavilion will be more than 25,000 square feet total.
AGTA said its pavilion for next year was initially contracted for 20,960 square feet, but due to high exhibitor demand, the organization and JCK Events have agreed to an additional 4,100 square feet to bring it to more than 25,000 square feet total.
The 2022 pavilion was 5,900 square feet, according to a company spokesperson.
GemFair Las Vegas 2023 will still be located on the main floor of the show, next to Luxury and the Plumb Club pavilion at the Venetian Expo.
“This is an exciting time for AGTA exhibitors,” said AGTA CEO John Ford. “One of our long-term goals for our association is to grow our GemFairs to afford our members an opportunity to reach more buyers. Partnering with JCK to expand our space in Las Vegas is an ideal situation for our members.”
The announcement follows the news from earlier this year that the two reached an agreement to extend their partnership through 2025.
“When we came back to JCK Las Vegas this year, we had a smaller pavilion and it filled quickly,” said AGTA President Kimberly Collins. “It is so fulfilling to see us grow our space more than four times the size, knowing we are meeting the needs of our members.”
The next AGTA GemFair Las Vegas will take place June 1-5, 2023, opening one day before the rest of the JCK show.
For more information about AGTA or GemFair Las Vegas, visit AGTA.org.
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