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Diamond Club West Coast Organizes a Social Soiree with Other Leading Organizations

Diamond Club West Coast Organizes a Social Soiree with Other Leading Organizations Diamond Club West Coast organized a social event at Kues in Downtown, Los Angeles on August 21st in collaboration with GIA Alumni, Indian Diamond & Color Stone Association, 24 Karat Club of Southern California, and Women Jewelers Association to bring together leading organizations and its members for a delightful evening of networking and socializing.

Close to 150 industry members and guests gathered for a night filled with food, fun, and drinks. It was nice to see the different organizations intermingle in a beautiful venue. Each head of the respective organizations gave a brief presentation, welcomed members and shared information about upcoming events.

Moshe Salem, President of the DCWC, expressed his enthusiasm and appreciation for the large turnout. He welcomed all the organizations to join us at our upcoming Gala in April 2020. The theme of the Gala is “celebrating everything precious in our lives: gems and women.”


About Diamond Club West Coast
Diamond Club West Coast, Inc (DCWC) is an affiliate of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB). Globally, 95% of all the mined diamonds will be handled by a WFDB member. DCWC was founded in 1946 (officially a WFDB affiliate as of 1980) and is based in downtown Los Angeles in the famed jewelry district, which is currently the second largest jewelry hub in the United States. Diamond Club West Coast is set up as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping members facilitate and enhance their respective businesses through a variety of critical services.For more information please visit: www.diamondclubwestcoast.com.

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