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Sola Salon Sessions San Diego: Get a Taste of the Suite Life, Join Pulp Riot, Paul Mitchell and More

Anne Moratto | March 15, 2019 | 8:38 AM
Kim Bennett, Cultural Ambassador for Sola Salon Studios.
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Sola Salon Studios is gearing up for their first 2019 Sola Sessions education and inspirational event. This time, Sola is heading to sunny San Diego, CA for a not-to-be missed event on May 6th! Tickets are on sale NOW for this Sola Sessions event.

 Sola Salon Studios has prepared a day full of top-level education on everything an independent beauty professional needs to know in the areas of marketing, business and artistic education.

 The event will take place at The Prado (1549 El Prado, San Diego) and ticket includes a full day of education, a swag bag, prizes, a vendor expo, lunch and a happy hour – a $300+ value!

 Plus, on Sunday, May 5th there will be special Cinco de Mayo Pool Party sponsored by Hattori Hanzo Shears. And on Tuesday, May 7th additional education will be available hosted by Inspiring Champions.

 The Sola Sessions are dedicated to inspiring, motivating and educating Sola professionals, while also learning from and collaborating with others in the dynamic Sola community. This event will feature industry notables such as the iconic Robert Cromeans of John Paul Mitchell Systems alongside Mary Cuomo, the Pulp Riot artistic team, John Mosley and Greg Gilmore of Hattori Hanzo Shears, Lauren Gartland of Inspiring Champions, Jennie Wolff, VP Marketing and Education of Sola Salon Studios and Kim Bennett, Cultural Ambassador for Sola Salon Studios. 

 Sponsors include John Paul Mitchell Systems, Hattori Hanzo Shears, Pulp Riot, Inspiring Champions, SalonCentric, Skin Authority, Salon Tech, Easihair Pro, Hairdo and SolaGenius.

For information about both 2019 Sola Sessions – including the September 16 event in Nashville --visit WWW.SOLA.COM




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