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Lost your mind? Attend the NCJA/SCJA Convention

Have you ever remembered what a client purchased, but not their name?  There’s help on the way. Four-time National Memory Champion - Scott Hagwood will join North and South Carolina jewelers at the Marriott Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, April 23-25, 2010.

You have opportunities every day to make permanent impressions with the most important people around you. With the right training and experience, you can catapult your business.  Over the last 8 years, four time National Memory Champion Scott Hagwood has been interviewed by CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, ABC World News’ Charlie Gibson, Award Winning Host Ellen DeGeneres and has been a frequent guest of Cable’s Fox and Friends. He has been featured on The Learning Channel, The Discovery Channel, in the Wall Street Journal, and People magazine to name a few. He knows what it takes to develop extraordinary memory skills and will help you increase your mental edge.

Want to learn gem lore to help sell more colored stones?  Jim Fiebig of Sell More Color, LLC will share the mystical qualities and mythology that will help romance the stones to your customers.  Jim is an author, speaker, world traveler and colored stone lover.  You will love his sense of adventure and approach to selling colored stones.

Rather play golf? The Bulova Golf Tournament will be played at the beautiful, private Members Club at Grande Dunes.  It is a par 71 that measures 7,048 yards from the championship tees.  Co-designed by PGA Hall of Fame inductee Nick Price and award winning architect Craig Schreiner, the new private Members Club is the crown jewel of Grande Dunes.

Want to talk with other jewelers from North and South Carolina to see how they fared over the last year?  Join them for Roundtable Discussions on topics including Patriot Act compliance, employee issues/human resources, security/fraud issues with Jewelers’ Security Alliance’s John Kennedy, and jewelry photography with Mike Ponthieux.

Just want to thaw out from all the cold weather we’ve had this year?  The average temperature in April in Myrtle Beach is a delightful 76 degrees.  See you at the beach!

Both the North Carolina Jewelers Association and the South Carolina Jewelers Association are nonprofit organizations which represent retail jewelry stores statewide and whose missions are to promote and protect the welfare of retail jewelers in each state. For more information, contact Suzi Bevacqua (NCJA) at 919-789-7979, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.ncjewelers.org, or Jane Spencer (SCJA) at 803-788-3142, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.scjewelers.org.