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Dwight Miller's Run To Cosmoprof

Maggie Mulhern | March 6, 2012 | 9:44 AM

Dwight Miller's Run To Cosmoprof"This is it," Dwight Miller told me the other day. "This will be our last motorcycle adventure from Sante Fe to Las Vegas for Cosmoprof." Dwight is referring to his famed "Run to Cosmoprof" which runs through 5 states as salon professionals make their way to the amazing Cosmoprof show to be held in Las Vegas July 22 - 24, 2012. Last year 20 salon professionals joined Dwight for the two day trip. "It was fantastic," he told me. "We all had the best time and arrived to the show in style."

If interested, contact Dwight directly: [email protected].

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