In time to stock up before the holidays, Centurion South Beach will host 16 Forevermark suppliers in a dedicated section at the October edition.
Miami—The 2018 edition of Centurion South Beach will feature a dedicated Forevermark supplier section.

The area will feature 16 companies: A. Link, Ankit Gems, Dalumi Group, Devotion Diamonds, Diarough/Emby International, H.J. Namdar, Hasenfeld-Stein, HRA/Crossworks Group, Julius Klein Group, Martin Flyer, MK Diamonds/Natalie K, Pluczenik, Premier Gem Corp., Rahaminov Diamonds, Venus Jewels and Yerushalmi Bros.

Forevermark President Charles Stanley said, “A major presence of Forevermark supply partners will provide retail partners with an opportunity to efficiently complete pre-season buying and fortify their loose diamond envelopes. Forevermark will also be meeting with retailers at the show to discuss our Q4 marketing programs to ensure stores are ready to succeed this holiday. This will be a valuable show to attend.”

Centurion South Beach is happening Oct. 18 to 21 in Miami Beach, Florida, at the Miami Beach Convention Center, where it will be co-located with the JIS Miami show.

Centurion President Howard Hauben commented, “We are very pleased to welcome Forevermark to Centurion South Beach 2018. Already, many top-level stores are signing up to attend or are planning to because Forevermark brings all the elements of the show together in a way that really works for them.”

For full show details, visit the website.

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