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Millennium Systems International Announces Nick Arrojo Will Headline The Millennium Experience Hair Show

Elizabeth Jakaitis | April 24, 2017 | 12:48 PM

Industry icon Nick Arrojo will open The Millennium Experience this year with the event’s traditional hair show. The show kicks of the three-day conference with a stunning performance as Arrojo will work side-by-side with local Florida cosmetology students. The students get an amazing opportunity to see the behind the scenes of a professional hair show, while the audience is reminded of the fire, they too had, when starting out in the industry.

As one of the most respected artists in the industry, Nick Arrojo’s signature razor-cutting technique is recognized and practiced worldwide. With three salons in New York City, an award-winning cosmetology school, professional product line, one of the most respected Advanced Education Academy’s in America, and the pioneering American Wave permanent texture service, Arrojo is recognized around the world for excellence, integrity, and commitment to the art and craft of hairdressing.

The Millennium Experience will take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on June 11–13, 2017. Attendees can choose from over 50 breakout sessions ranging from social media to client retention; have the opportunity to learn first-hand from top stylists such as Nick Arrojo and Kim Vo; and attend a must-see keynote featuring the future of the beauty industry with Millennium CEO John Harms. Beyond education, attendees can take part in a wild team building workshop and many wonderful networking opportunities. Plus, for the first time ever, The Millennium Experience is open to the entire industry. To learn more about the event, visit www.speaktme.com.

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