The Maine Point

Recently, I had the privilege of attending the convention of the Tri-State Jewelers Association of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. For two-and a-half days a group of about 100 jewelers, their spouses, and their employees spent time discussing, debating, and learning about things that are important to their businesses. It occurred to me on the last evening of the convention that these jewelers were indeed fortunate to be part of an interested and active state association. The agenda for the convention was impressive. Shane Decker did his usual best in "Proving Diamonds Are Inexpensive—Wowing Your Customer." Mark Mann was on hand to teach "Masters In Motion" and "New Technology for the Small Jewelry Shop." Janice Mack of Performance Concepts held a three-hour session on the unique aspects of running a family business. Rob May and Walter Raine of the Diamond Promotion Service spoke o

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