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Jewelers for Children Shines at Centurion 2020 January 08, 2020 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY--Jewelers for Children and Centurion have been partnering for years so that the children benefit. For the 2020 Show, there are three wonderful ways you can support JFC.

1. Jewelers for Children Rings of Strength, Tuesday, January 28 from 3:30 - 5 PM. Meet in Front of Pinnacle Peak 3 Room

The Jewelers For Children Rings of Strength Tour is an event dedicated to raising money for Jewelers for Children. Centurion is pleased to welcome this event to the 2020 Show. Participants can choose to register as individuals or organize a team. When you register, you create your own unique URL that you can send to all your friends and contacts to ask them to support your participation. If you want to set up a team, register yourself first. 

Register here:

Since 2013, more than $350,000 has been raised by the event participants that went to support children in need. Register now to build on this total!

2. Texas Hold 'em Tournamant to Benefit Jewelers for Children, Thursday Night, January 30, 9 PM to Midnight. (Location at hotel TBA)

We are proud to support Jewelers for Children at Centurion 2020! Join us Thursday Evening for a rousing game of Texas Hold’em all in support of Jewelers for Children. Antes are $200 per person and additional antes may be bought in increments of $200. All antes are donated to JFC. Winners will win a variety of sponsored prizes!

Cash or credit cards accepted on-site for antes. To sign up, visit:

3. Silent Auction Bids at the JCF Sponsor Table at Centurion. Every year there is great stuff (jewelry, trips, random fun items) for sale during Centurion. It's fun to browse and see what goodies are available as each Show has different items for auction. Proceeds benefit JFC--and yes, they take credit cards! Look for the Silent Auction booth on the Show floor.

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