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January 17, 2011

Tucson Gem and Mineral Show



For the last five years every February I go to Tucson, AZ. What do I do there?
The February gem shows in Tucson are ‘the place to be’!
For two weeks Tucson, Arizona hosts dozens of different gem shows, hundreds of dealer displays and many special events throughout downtown Tucson, AZ and nearby hotels during the annual Tucson Gem Shows.
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There are a lot of reasons to attend, even if just for a few days:
Find new supply sources and meet vendors personally.
While there, you can pick-up a variety of free magazines and catalogs from various sources, scattered throughout the shows.
The latest new products and equipment for the industry are always in Tucson in February.
Shop, shop, shop! The variety of items for sale is way too many to list.


Tired of shopping and walking? Take a break and take a class! The top in their field of various jewelry making procedures will be demonstrating and teaching in Tucson. Did I forget to mention I teach in Tucson? 
Although most classes are ‘scheduled’, at the Jogs show, we teach ‘on demand’. To find out more about our International Teaching Team and the classes we are offering this year click here  or just stop by and say Hello!
This year, the classes will be from January 28 to February 9, 2011 at the Tucson Expo Center.
Almost forgot: bring one dressy-casual outfit :) There are a lot of good restaurants in Tucson. Plus, you never know when you’ll be invited of one of the many, special parties and events being held all over town!
See you in Tucson!

3 comments:

  1. Я уже скучаю :-((

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  2. Hope to see you there, Albina! Great post!

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  3. I am going there in two days!
    Hope to see you in Tucson, Lena next year!

    See you, Tanya!

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