Helen Brett International Jewelry & Merchandise Show Kicks Off Holiday Shopping Deals in New Orleans

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NEW ORLEANS – Gift store buyers and personal deal seekers from throughout the Gulf Coast will have their chance to plunge into holiday shopping, during Helen Brett’s 71st Annual New Orleans International Jewelry and Merchandise Show. The extravaganza takes place at the New Orleans Convention Center, in Halls I-J, from Thursday, Nov. 21 through Sunday, Nov. 24. Details were shared in a press release.

November’s show at the New Orleans Convention Center will remain open exclusively to documented business owners on Thurs., Nov. 21 and Fri., Nov. 22. But the show will then open to the public and gold card/non-gold card buyers on Sat., Nov. 23 and Sun., Nov. 24. Tickets for Saturday and Sunday can be purchased at the Market Access Counter in Registration at the New Orleans Convention Center for $15 cash (free admission for ages 12 through 15).

In appreciation for those who serve our country, Helen Brett Enterprises has announced that all military and first responders will receive free admission (ID holders only) to the show all day Sunday, Nov. 24 with proper identification.

Helen Brett trade shows attract more than 30,000 buyers and vendors to its quarterly New Orleans market shows each year.

“November’s International Jewelry and Merchandise show has quickly become a holiday tradition for shoppers from across the South,” said Helen Brett Enterprises president Robert Kolinek. “With Christmas rapidly approaching, our New Orleans International Jewelry and Merchandise Show is an amazing opportunity to find the perfect gift for that special someone on your holiday list.”

The International Jewelry and Merchandise Show hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the New Orleans Convention Center. For more information, visit http://helenbrettexhibits.com/1908-new-orleans/.

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