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AJS Courts Midwestern Jewelers with Hosted Buyer Program
The Atlanta Jewelry Show has launched “Experience Atlanta,” which includes hotel accommodations, a personalized concierge service and more.
Atlanta--The Atlanta Jewelry Show is trying to attract more Midwestern buyers with the launch of a complimentary amenity package for qualified buyers.
The “Experience Atlanta” hosted buyer program will roll out for the spring show in March, as show organizers aim to make the event the “essential jewelry show resource for the Midwest’s independent jewelers,” they said in a press release.
It includes the following:
--Complimentary hotel accommodations for two nights at one of the show’s host hotels;
--A personalized concierge service that matches retailers with AJS vendors based on their product needs, recommends show seminars, and provides restaurant and landmark suggestions for Atlanta;
--VIP seating at show seminars;
--Complimentary continental breakfast;
--Networking opportunities every evening at the show’s Mingle social event; and
--Automatic registration in AJS Rewards, which allows retailers to earn points for orders placed at the show that can be redeemed for travel, merchandise and more.
Availability is limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. The registration deadline is Dec. 30.
For more information or to register for “Experience Atlanta”, contact Ivy Doss at 800-241-0399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The spring Atlanta Jewelry Show is scheduled for March 4 to 6 at the Cobb Galleria Centre, with a theme of “Think Outside the Showcase.”
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