Publisher’s Notes

SHOW SECURITY INCIDENTS SPUR NEED FOR CAUTION Getting exposure on national TV or having a story about you flashed nationwide on the AP wire is the sort of instant fame that many jewelers -- retailers or manufacturers -- might think the stuff dreams are made of. But, in our industry, if you're talking about a news event likely to attract crooks, the dream can become a nightmare. This year's JCK Las Vegas show got a taste of the nightmare side of publicity. The good news is that the bad stories were much exaggerated and that exhibitors and buyers at our show were almost entirely unaffected. If those who did suffer losses had paid attention to the most basic good advice of the Jewelers Security Alliance, chances are that they too could have come through unscathed. The first security false step came before the show opened when a national TV news program showed Brinks trucks being loade

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