NAILS show ’97 is a show for every exhibitor or attendee who ever said they were “showed out.” T
NAILS show ’97 is a show for every exhibitor or attendee who ever said they were “showed out.” This year, NAILS Magazine consolidated its annual show program from three shows to one. We decided to focus all our resources on a single, major nail tradeshow that is destined to be more than a tradeshow…
It will be an industry EVENT.
We’ve found a very alluring site in San Francisco: It’s a romantic and exciting destination—for business and pleasure (besides low-cost travel packages, we’re planning day-time events for spouses and child-care resources). Our exhibit facility is located in the heart of downtown at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (where the San Francisco Opera performs). and it’s within walking distance of our two headquarter hotels.
The NAILS Magazine and NAILS Show tearns have developed a spectacular program. Among many other highlights of this year’s show, we are premiering the NIA educational symposium; we’ll honor top salons and nail technicians at our Awards Banquet; the Nail Clinic returns for theater-style demonstrations returns; and we challenge all competitors to vie for our big prize purses.
We are proud to introduce a new partner for this show, the Nail Manufacturers Council cosponsors NAILS show ’97. This alliance between our two organizations brings a level a credibility to the show that no other tradeshow has.
We’ve put a lot on the line this year. Our goal is that you—the attendee—leave the show exhausted, but more committed to your career and more knowledgeable than when you arrived. Even if you’ve been to a NAILS show before, I promise you’ve never been to a show like NAILS show ’97. Meet me in San Francisco November 2-3 for the event of the year.