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The Month In Review: February February 26, 2020 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—As jewelers gathered in Phoenix for the Centurion Show, the mood was upbeat following the strongest holiday season in history. Jewelers soaked up both sun and knowledge at special sessions presented by the Disney Institute, and discovered exciting new trends to replenish their showcases. The industry was gratified to see the red carpet awash in major pieces again, but braced itself for backlash spurred by a national TV report about a couple who were sold a lab-grown diamond in place of natural. In case you missed any, here were the top stories from February:

Centurion 2020 Marked By Robust Business, A New Venue, And Glamorous Awards Gala

Simple Strategies Any Retailer Can—And Every Retailer Should—Do To Stand Out

Smash-And-Grabs At Five Texas Jewelers; What To Do If You Get Hit

Editorial: Why Is “Beware” The Default Setting For Our Industry?

The Oscars: Jewelry’s Biggest Night Shows Statement Pieces Are Still A Thing and Gorgeous Jewelry At The Grammys

In Memoriam: Ira Wilson, Wilson & Son Jewelers

Coronavirus Causing Worry In Diamond Market

Disney Institute Shares Strategies For Excellence With Centurion Retailers

Jewelry Industry Family Appears On Today Show To Promote Holocaust Education

Five Fixes to Energize Store Events

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