JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show 2014

2016-09-08 - 2016-09-11
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(213) 629-3030
JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show is international gem and jewelry show. JOGS Tucson Show features the largest in the USA Amber Jewelry pavilion with manufacturers and designer coming from Poland, Lithuania, Russia and the largest in Tucson Southwester Jewelry Pavilion with over 100 booths. JOGS Show has International Silver Jewelry Pavilion with designers and dealers from USA, India, Germany, Greece, Russia, group of manufacturers and designers from Bali, Indonesia, Cut Stone and Colored Stone dealers from Thailand, India, USA and Brazil. Featured at JOGS Tucson Show is 2014 ? Blake Brothers pavilion ? over 5000 sq. feet ballroom. This year JOGS Tucson Show is featuring SuperStart Pavilion in the South Hall of the Tucson Expo Center. It runs during first five days of the main JOGS Tucson Show, from January 30 to February 3, 2014, it is unique short exhibit during the full, 12 days JOGS Tucson Show. SuperStart pavilion at JOGS Show features big names in the jewelry and gem market as well as domestic and international dealers and manufacturers who never showed their collections in Tucson. This pavilion will be closed on the February 3, 2014. Buyers with JOGS Show badges can visit SuperStart pavilion without separate registration. Product categories at JOGS Tucson Show: designer jewelry, fine jewelry, fashion jewelry, minerals, precious and semiprecious stones, minerals, colored stones, findings, beads, Swarovski crystals, findings, fossils, interior and home d?cor. JOGS Show is located in Tucson Expo Center. 150,000 sq. feet air-conditioned Expo center with red carpets. JOGS Tucson Show offers 1000 free parking spaces for Tucson Gem show buyers. JOGS Show provides a free limousine and shuttle transportation to major Tucson Gem Shows for Tucson Gem Show 2014 buyers. JOGS Show has international food court and free champagne brunch buffet daily for qualified buyers. Wholesale cash and carry show, open to the public (special registration required) Website for registration: Free entry, free parking

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