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Deadline approaching to register for JCK Retail Jeweller hosted buyer programme

The deadline to register your interest for the forthcoming Retail Jeweller x JCK hosted buyer programme for the 2017 event in Las Vegas is this Friday (April 21).

Run in conjunction with JCK organisers, Reed Exhibitions, Retail Jeweller is offering retail buyers the chance to visit Las Vegas for the trade show, which runs from June 5-8, 2017.

In order to be eligible to be considered, you must be a retailer based in the UK or Ireland.

If you are accepted, JCK will offer four nights free hotel accommodation (any time between June 3-June 8) at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas (the same venue as the trade exhibition) and the hotel room can accommodate up to two guests.

In addition the show will also provide a dedicated retailer account manager to assist with show registration and free transfers to and from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.

Retailers will be expected to cover the cost of their own flights to the US and expenses while in Las Vegas. Additional nights at the hotel can also be purchased by individual retailers at a cost of approximately $145 per night.

JCK is the largest jewellery trade event in the US and boasts more than 2,400 brands and manufacturers exhibiting everything from fine and diamond jewellery through to watches, designer brands and antique and vintage jewellery.

Those wishing to register their interest in attending the show are asked to email Ruth.Faulkner@emap.com with JCK Las Vegas in the subject line on or before Friday April 21.

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