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SalonCentric Mohegan Sun Show: April 13-14

Lauren Quick | March 26, 2014 | 1:52 PM

SalonCentric Mohegan Sun Show: April 13-14

SalonCentric is hosting the Mohegan Sun Show for salon professionals on April 13 and 14 in Uncasville, Connecticut. There are opportunities for education for both salon professionals as well as beauty industry students, and exhibitor displays will be showcasing beauty products.

The show will feature demonstrations and educational workshops by industry pros, including the following:
-Ammon Carver and Nicholas French, Matrix
-Bryan Campbell, L'ANZA
-Deannalyn and Ryan Teal
-Jen Planck, business and motivational speaker
-Rocco Vitelli, Farouk
-Gerard Kierans, Surface
-Leon Vannett, Kasho
-Gina Khan, Logics
-Teresa Brown, Malibu

Media personality, producer and hairstylist Stephen Marinaro (TheSalonGuy) will provide red carpet commentary for the annual Red Carpet Media Event on April 13 from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Avalon Nightclub. Correspondent Lucy Norris will also be on hand, and Jason Jani and Christian Lagrotteria will serve as masters of ceremony and DJs.

Tickets and hotel packages for the Mohegan Sun Show are available; for more information, visit or call 800-282-9686.

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