LUXURY by JCK changes to ‘Salon’ format next year

LUXURY by JCK announced Wednesday that it has firmed up an agreement with the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas to move the by-invitation-only event out of the current suite format and into a ballroom “salon” format starting in 2004.

LUXURY by JCK will utilize brand-new ballroom facilities currently being built within the Venetian Hotel. Aside from the plush Venetian surroundings and sumptuous experience, The Venetian’s new expansion allows the exclusive event to continue to offer exhibitors and attendees the conveniences that they have come to expect by having LUXURY by JCK positioned within the same facility as and directly prior to The JCK Show ~ Las Vegas.

“We are thrilled with the new developments in our event”, says Sarin Bachmann, Vice President of LUXURY by JCK. “We have worked very hard to impact the 2003 event by reaching beyond the industry to bring in conference speakers who are truly world-class in nature and to bring a valuable outside prospective to the luxury industry as a whole. 2003 is the first step in our growth process to bring Luxury by JCK to a new level. The event will be further augmented in 2004 when we move to a ballroom for the new salon exhibiting format. Our goal is to optimize the potential of the LUXURY event and all of its participants and delivering a truly luxurious experience to all involved.”

LUXURY by JCK will kick off its new direction during the 2003 event with an exclusive welcome reception on Monday night, sponsored by JCK’s Luxury International Magazine, at Canaletto, a restaurant in St. Marks Square at The Venetian Shoppes. A viewing of the famed “Lord of the Dance” will follow LUXURY’s Tuesday night dinner. The event will run from Monday, May 26th through Wednesday, May 29th 2003.

The JCK Shows in Las Vegas and Orlando/Phoenix, LUXURY by JCK, and the new Luxury Swiss Watch Gallery event are designed to serve the worldwide jewelry industry by offering the most comprehensive and complete buying and selling opportunities on a business-to-business basis. Furthermore, The Shows provide the jewelry industry invaluable information from both a practical and global perspective on subjects that impact not only the jewelry industry but its customers as well.