First nail show in San Francisco, new manicurist table, and a nail show from Jack Sperling in Chicago
First annual nail show set for San Francisco
The first annual San Francisco All Manicurist Show, scheduled for February 13 and 14, is shaping up very nicely, according to the organizers. the show, to take place in the Hyatt Hotel in Union Square, San Francisco, promises exhibitors, special show prices, latest techniques in nail wrapping and sculpturing, private classrooms, skin care class, latest equipment, mail art competition and hair removal systems. And to sweeten the pot, the organizers, Budget Beauty Supply in Sacramento, have established a first place award of a gold nail necklace with approximately one karat diamond. Second place is $300, third place is $200. Entrance fee for the contest is $40, with all work to be completed prior to the show. Nails must be sculptured or tipped, and any type of nail painting or designs is allowed. No decals permitted. Tickets for the two day event will be available at the door for $30, a fee that covers entrance for both days
Manicurist table with twin filler system promoted by No Lift
No Lift Nails has debuted a new manicurist table, called the Healthaire. Features of the table include an attractive swing arm lamp, a large locking drawer, convenient electric outlet, switch and pilot tight for fan motor and a unique filtering system that utilizes a twin0filter approach. The first filter, according to the company, removes dust particles as fine as cigarette smoke, and the second filter removes toxic. The system operates so as to return clean air to the room.
Jack Sperling to coordinate Nail Expo in Chicago
To answer the growing demand for his shows from throughout the Midwest, Jack Sperling has developed, scheduled and is beginning to promote his Midwest Nail & Beauty Expo ’83, set for May 1-2 to be held at the Conrad Hilton in Chicago. His past California Expos held annually for the last six years have drawn as many as 10,000 professionals per show from all over the country. “We feel that a Midwest show will do every bit as well as our past shows,” said Jack.