I think that LC family members are going to be really excited when they see what all we found
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
When gemstone and jewelry traders from all over the world flood the city of Tucson for a two-week trade show spectacular, the Liquidation Channel (LC) shows up in full force.
During the first week of February, LC’s nine-member team scoured the city in the search of beautiful gemstones and exciting jewelry pieces to bring to their home-shopping channel.
The Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is a multi-exhibit event that covers the city in a sprawling bazaar of gem and jewelry wholesalers. Vendors sell everything from boulder-sized rough gemstone to finished jewelry pieces, and show locations can vary from huge hotel ballrooms to road-side pop-up tents. Thousands of treasure hunters negotiate and haggle for the best deals for their retail shops.
“I think that LC family members are going to be really excited when they see what all we found,” said LC buyer Megan Lurvey. “We’ve seen a lot of innovative metal work and a whole rainbow of stone options here in Tucson.”
Stay tuned for a series of sneak peek videos that will be airing on the LC television channel over the next few weeks, and get ready for all new items carrying the LC promise of “Exceptional Quality, Exquisite Designs, Outstanding Value.”
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About Liquidation Channel: Liquidation Channel (http://www.liquidationchannel.com) is an Omni-channel business comprised of a home shopping TV network, an ecommerce business, and an outside sales/wholesale segment. It is a global leader in direct sales of colored stones, diamonds, precious metals, and a variety of luxury goods and innovative products. LC specializes in delivering Exceptional Quality, Exquisite Designs, and Outstanding Value, while providing a low-price guarantee on each of its products. The channel’s unique jewelry is available online at LiquidationChannel.com and on DirecTV Channel 75 and 226, Dish Network Channel 274, Verizon FIOS Channel 159, ROKU, AT&T U-Verse 399 and 1399 (HD), and local cable channels.