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Press Release: Broad Product Range Defines JA New York Summer 2015

Jul 27, 2015 5:26 AM   By JA New York
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Press Release: The JA New York summer opened with a wide range of merchandise supplied from major jewelry markets from around the world.

The goods on display included architectural and personalized pieces in the designer pavilions, richly presented items in the Turkish pavilion and an expansive selection of goods in the Hong Kong pavilion. Some of the most prestigious jewelry brands presented their products at the show's Inner Circle section. 

“This show is so well-inventoried; there’s such a wide range of merchandise,” noted Melissa Congress of Congress Jewelers from Sanibel, Florida. “I’m seeing a lot of new people and a lot of new colors to which I know my clients will really respond."

Throughout the day, attendees continually commented about the tranquil environment of the show. Seating areas, recharge stations and a variety of  locations for refreshments kept retailers motivated to spend their time on the show floor and contributed to positive shopping experiences.

“We just love coming to JA New York," said Margie Sneidman of Becker’s Jewelers in West Hartford, Connecticut. "Not only is it the perfect time for us to stock up for holiday into spring, but here we’re able to really develop relationships with our vendors."

“We’re very pleased with our opening day,” said Group Show Director Drew Lawsky. “We have a terrific mix of vendors, the show floor looks great and our retailers seem very happy with what they’re seeing. We also had a very successful start to our inaugural hosted buyer program; we’re optimistic it’s going to be a very successful show overall.”

The JA New York summer show will continue through Tuesday, July 28 at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan. 
Tags: Drew Lawsky, ja new york, javits center, Jewelers of America, Jewelry
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