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Las Vegas to host world's largest spa tradeshow IECSC

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Jun '08
The 2008 International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference (IECSC) Las Vegas will be held on June 28 - 30, 2008 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Professionals from around the world will convene at the world's largest spa event to see an array of exhibitors/manufacturers, experience the latest products and services, and learn about the most exciting techniques.

"After record breaking success at IECSC New York this past spring, we are looking forward to a phenomenal Las Vegas event," said Dana Lupton, Group Show Director of the IECSC events.

The Las Vegas show promises to provide a high caliber event for all spa and medical spa industry professionals with more than 650 skincare and wellness companies showcasing the latest trends, techniques and products in the industry, including: aromatherapy, cosmetics, facial treatments, laser equipment, massage, spa equipment, skin care product, microdermabrasion equipment, massage products and more.

"In an ever growing and changing industry it is essential to stay up to date," said Kathy Gruttadauria, IECSC Show Manager.

"IECSC program boasts an excellent conference program with faculty who are leaders in their fields." Daily admission tickets include free admission to more than 150 free classes, including Manufacturer Education, Spa Business Education, Makeup Education, Wellness Education, and a General Session.

In addition, IECSC Las Vegas offers a comprehensive paid education program with specialized conferences such as: Your Profitable American Spa, Medical Spa MD Procedures, Medical Spa Business Conference as well as Advanced Education and Cidesco Workshops.


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