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Premiere Orlando... Few More Hours!

Alison Alhamed | July 11, 2011 | 12:23 AM

It’s officially here! Premiere Orlando! As I write this, I’m sitting at the airport, eagerly anticipating the big show crowds, the exciting product launches and demonstrations, the inspirational education and the familiar faces I’ve grown accustomed to seeing each industry show! What I’m not excited for? THE ORLANDO HEATTTTT. Ugh. It’s going to be so hot and muggy, I’m just not prepared for it.

Premiere Orlando... Few More Hours!

The MODERN crew is flying in all at around the same time, so it’s exciting to be able to reunite—as our team grows larger, we’re spread across the country and I can’t wait to see everyone together.

This show is going to be different for a number of reasons—firstly, MODERN got a new booth! It’s so awesome because we have a stage now that we’re inviting some of our industry friends (and some pretty big names!) to present education in a step-by-step format for attendees. We’re talking cut, color, extensions, thermal straightening, long hair design (Martin Parsons!!) and finishing. It’ll be sweet!

Secondly, I’m excited about the cool giveaways we have in store for show crowds! To stay on top of all the happenings, be sure to text Modern to 313131!

That’s it for now!
Alison


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