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Aveda's Tribal Bazaar Offers A Shopping and Learning Experience

Stacey Soble | October 20, 2013 | 10:03 AM
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Aveda Congrees attendees could enter a yurt at the tribal bazaar and take a survey about their salon implements the mission.
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Stations invited attendees to learn about the latest developments in the different Aveda product lines.
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Baby moccasins for sale at the tribal bazaar.
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Even furry friends could get their swag on at Aveda Congress.
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At NOMAD Aveda Congress 2013 in Minneapolis, artists light up the runway stage with their inspirational work, but just outside the doors of the auditorium a tribal bazaar takes attendees on a nomadic journey that offers them a learning and shopping experience while the Drs. Upadhyay take them on a guided personal spiritual journey.

Different teams, including Global Education, R&D, and Community Care set up stations within the bazaar, educating attendees on the latest Aveda advancements and philosophies, while other kiosks tantalized guests with globally inpired wares, such as baby moccasins, hand-knit mittens, leashes and collars for furry friends and Nomad apparel. A photo booth allowed guests to document their own experience.

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