JA New York Winter Show comes with class & style

31 Dec '05
3 min read

JA New York Winter Show returns to its home at the Jacob Javits Convention Center (JJCC) this January 22 - 24 and begins the celebration of its 100th fabulous year.

The Winter Show kicks-off the new year as the first major show of the season and is expected to attract its hallmark collection of world-class collections and designs, while also providing insight and educational opportunities for both retailers and exhibitors as they compete in a dynamic and ever-changing international marketplace.

Thousands of retailers are expected to attend the Winter Show and restock their supply after the holiday season, while previewing the hottest new trends of 2006. With a wide array of international offerings, diverse pavilions with distinctive collections, all in the backdrop of the most exciting city in the world, the 2006 JA New York Winter Show is set to celebrate its 100th year in ultimate style!

"This year marks the centenary for JA New York shows and we are thrilled to have returned year after year to New York to service the jewelry industry in such an important capacity," says Drew Lawsky, Show Director for JA New York. "The success of the JA New York shows is a testament to our colleagues and partners who have been incredibly supportive and return to New York every year.

Continue to provide the service and standards that have made JA New York the business destination and look forward to servicing the jewelry industry for decades to come." This winter, over 1,000 exhibitors are expected to show their collections on the floor of the Javits Center to an audience of over 9,000 retailers.

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