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Fall Edition of Atlanta Jewelry Show Pushed Back to October
It was originally scheduled for August.
Atlanta—The Atlanta Jewelry Show’s fall edition has been moved back from August to October.
The event will now be held Saturday, Oct. 24 and Sunday, Oct. 25 at the Cobb Galleria Centre, with the pre-show conference, offering a day of education, slated for Friday, Oct. 23.
Executive Director Libby Brown said the adjustment of dates allows them to offer a safe environment in light of the coronavirus pandemic as well as a chance for retailers to stock up for the holidays.
For information about the fall event, produced by the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association, visit AtlantaJewelryShow.com, email email@example.com or call 800-241-0399 or 404-634-3434.
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