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WatchTime New York is scheduled to return to Gotham Hall in mid-October.
The collaboration is designed to support public lands in the Pacific Northwest through content creation and a fire tower restoration.
Operating for now in a temporary facility in Odessa, Delaware, the school will teach watchmaking skills to disabled veterans.
In a timely move, the watch brand has tapped tennis star and gender equality advocate Billie Jean King for its latest partnership.
Georges Kern joins the Swiss watchmaker from Richemont.
National Jeweler’s “Watch Guy,” Jess Gendron, outlines the possibilities and pricing for add-on sales when jewelers change a watch battery.
The event features 10 themed rooms to showcase the brand’s watchmaking, including one displaying notable timepieces from iconic U.S. collectors.
Bridget Russo is officially stepping down Friday after five years with the company to take a professional break and possibly start her own business in Detroit.
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