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The Month In Review: February February 28, 2018 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—The jewelry industry continued its an upbeat track in February, with jewelers bringing a strong, positive vibe to the annual Centurion Scottsdale Show. Attendees at the Show were excited to learn about the industry’s lobbying efforts and victories around tax fairness, and to get up to speed on the latest developments in synthetic diamonds, while a jeweler in Philadelphia hosted the Lombardi trophy in store and a North Carolina jeweler uses her good fortune to help Native Americans. In case you missed any, here were the top stories from February:

Jewelers Worry About The Wrong Things, Says Synthetic Diamond Panel

Exclusive! Top Industry Bloggers Answer Retailers’ Most Pressing Social Media Questions

Philadelphia Jeweler Gives Fans A Chance To Touch Superbowl Trophy; Eagles QB Gets Engaged

After Diamonds, Is Synthetic Gold Next?

Lauren Kulchinsky Levison Offers The Best Argument For Buying Expensive Jewelry

Rolex Reappears, Still Working, After 18 Months In Sewer

Decluttering Nets Woman Two Bags Of Diamonds

Synthetic Diamonds In The Store: Jewelers’ Six Most Urgent Questions Answered

Unbroken Circle Project: Tonya Marthaler’s Native American Heritage Sparks Her Quest To Help

October 2018  Centurion South Beach Show To Co-Locate At Miami Beach Convention Center With JIS Show

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