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Sunday, May 11, 2008
Vote now in the Couture Town&Country "Primary" Design Awards!
Jewelry Designer, Jeanne Johngren forwarded me this notice about the Town&Country Couture Design Awards. Jeanne was profiled recently in this blog and is nominated in the "Best of Newcomers" category. I also noticed that another person profiled in this blog, Todd Reed, is nominated in the "Best of Natural Color Diamonds" category. So take a moment and vote for your favorites! Here's the scoop:
This year, the Town&Country Couture Design Awards takes the vote out to the people, with our first ever Design Awards hosted online.
Your vote counts! The top vote getters in each category move on to the final round of voting held at Couture at the Wynn Las Vegas, May 28 – June 2.
You will need to enter your email address (as that is how they are verifying that people only vote once.)
It’s quick, it’s easy, it’s fun, and it’s a great opportunity to see some of the industry’s best designs before you get to Las Vegas. So Vote online today by clicking this link, or visiting the website – www.couturedesignawards.com – and feel free to forward this email to your colleagues, friends, and those discriminating people you know who appreciate fine jewelry design.
Thanks in advance for casting your vote and we’ll see you and the winners in Las Vegas!
I spent the past 26 years as the co-founder/owner of a video production company in Los Angeles. During those years, I worked with many of the world's biggest celebrities, recording artists and fashion/consumer brands. It was exciting and fulfilling, but after more than a quarter century, it was time to MOVE ON!
My business partner and I were able to sell our business to investors which gives us the opportunity to focus on our passions.
For the past few years, I have been making jewelry--first as a hobby and then more seriously as I started focusing on jewelry design for my next career. My latest work can be seen on Etsy under the seller name: NakedJewelry.
I have always strived to be at the top and I know I have the best chance of getting there by learning from the best, so I use my blog to showcase the most accomplished jewelry designers and tell others about interesting vendors and teachers I encounter as I build my business. I hope you find the information interesting! If you do, please share with your friends!