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March 4, 2015

Reenergized and Refocused, Premiere Orlando is Back!

Beyond Mickey Mouse and Universal Studios, there’s another reason thousands from around the United States and the world will flock to Orlando, FL this summer—yes, Premiere Orlando is back and bringing more talented artists and free education with them to the 7.3 acre exhibit floor of the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center from May 30th to June 1st!

 

Known for being the center of the beauty industry universe, 55,000 salon professionals from the U.S. and 35 countries are expected at Premiere, allowing them the opportunity to network and learn on a massive global scale! This year’s roster includes 440 complimentary classes—yes, all classes are free with a show pass!—taught by some of the best educators in the country.

 

 

Class offerings range from hair education to business and personal development, with many other topics to boot. Some areas have been refocused to address changing trends in the industry—such as Men’s Zone & Barbershop, which has doubled the class offerings as interest in barbering has seen a drastic rise over the past years. Classes will be sponsored by companies at the forefront of men’s hair, including Andis, WAHL, Major League Barbers and Johnny B. Hair Care. Attendees can also expect to see more Global Texture classes, where they will learn how to improve clientele diversity and expand skills for working with different textures.    

 

For the Main Stage and Hair Color stage events, this year’s lineup is bursting with talented megastars in the beauty industry—Robert Cromeans of Paul Mitchell; Michael O’Rourke for Rock Your Hair; Sassoon Academy’s Mark Hayes; Sam Villa and Andrew Carruthers of Sam Villa; Christopher Dove and John Simpson; Farouk’s Anna Cantu; Celebrity Colorists Tracey Cunningham and David Stanko; Color Queen Beth Minardi; Kim Vo; Justin Issac for Redken; and many, many more! 

 

 

For more information about class offerings, stage events or purchasing your show pass, visit www.premiereorlandoshow.biz.  

 

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