MJSA Trade Show Announces Exhibitors


June 29, 2006

MJSA Trade Show Announces Exhibitors

Well-known suppliers such as Stuller and Gesswein will be among the exhibitors at the Manufacturing Jewelers and Suppliers of America's first Trade Show for Jewelry Making (TSJM), to be held Sept. 27-28 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.

MJSA announced its first wave of more than three dozen participating exhibitors, which include companies specializing in beads, chains and findings, tools and equipment, casting, engraving and stone setting services, metal refining, CAD, training and more.

"In planning TSJM, we set out with the goal of providing New England-area jewelry makers with an opportunity to meet the broadest possible range of suppliers, and we're succeeding beyond our expectations," says Bruce Coltin, MJSA trade show sales manager, in a release. "When jewelry makers call in to find out who will be exhibiting, they're amazed that they'll be able to see so many vital products and services in a single show — in fact, most of our exhibitors are some of the highest profile companies in our industry. As it's now shaping up, many of our exhibitors will be shaking hands with an entirely new market, and this is very exciting."

MJSA anticipates approximately 100 exhibitors at this year's show and expects to reach 1,000 buyers, including designers and artisans.



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