Are you ready for the event of the season? America’s Beauty Show 2021 will be taking place September 11-13, 2021 in Rosemont, Illinois, giving attendees the chance to reunite and rebuild a brighter future together. This event will give salon professionals and owners, students and educators the ability to network access to brands, manufacturers, distributors, and education with national and international presence.
By making a plan for America’s Beauty Show before you go you’ll have a smoother experience and find more time for the things you love most. Before the show begins, be sure to prep for the big event! Read on for a few of our top tips and pre-show checklist!
Grab Your Tickets!
Tickets are now available for purchase, be sure you get yours here before the event! Once you grab your tickets, be sure to share online that you’ll be attending so fellow colleagues can attend with you!
Plan The Show
From shopping to live events and education, during America’s Beauty Show there are endless things to do — having a day-by-day plan of the show and a list of your must-see events are key to make the most of your time.
Build Your Network
If other members of your salon are heading to the show, it is a great idea to discuss goals with them and have a flexible plan of vendors or classes you would like to visit. Additionally, let others know that you are attending the event through social media — by doing so can set up more opportunities to network before you go!
*Planning For A Safe Show
The ABS team is taking steps to ensure a safe and productive return for America’s Beauty Show 2021. America’s Beauty Show, the Village of Rosemont, and vendor partners are working together on action plans that align with recommendations and safety procedures from CDC and the State of Illinois while also meeting the needs of our industry. The safety plan will adjust to meet changing conditions as safety protocol dictates.
With touchless on-set check-in, wide aisles, socially-distances classrooms and enhanced cleaning protocols everyone will be able to enjoy the show. While protocols are constantly changing you should be prepared to wear a mask at all times, socially distance, and wash hands frequently. *Do not attend if you are not feeling well, have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.