Attendees/Patrons

Q. What are the dates of Future Shows?
A. February 8 – 10, 2020 – Atlanta, GA

Q. What should I do if I lose my wristband?

A. All Sales are Final. You will be required to purchase another wristband to gain entrance into the show.

Q. I lost my Phone/keys/Debit Card/Wallet…?

A. Please report to the last place that you remember having an item and if not found, please report to the REGISTRATION/CUSTOMER SERVICE DESK

Q. How much do show prices cost?

A.You can review all ticket options and purchase online via our Attendee Pricing page.

Q. What is Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show?

A. Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show is the largest multi-cultural beauty event in the United States. Bronner Bros. is committed to providing the best and the brightest educational experience.
This event is not open to the general public.

Q. What are the Dates and Times for the  show?

A. Saturday, August 17, 2019, 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday, August 18, 2019, 10:00am - 6:00pm
Monday, August 19, 2019, 10:00am - 5:00pm

Q. What am I required to bring with me?

A. Bring your show pass, beauty industry credentials and plenty of business cards. The Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show is a time for networking. To purchase products, you may be asked to verify that you are a beauty industry professional or student of the beauty industry.  If you are a student, remember to bring proof of current enrollment with you to the registration counter.

Q. Can my spouse or friend attend the show?

A. Unlicensed guests are permitted to enter the show, however, they are not permitted to attend educational classes. Unlicensed guests are also not permitted to purchase products deemed "professional only" in the exhibit hall. No infants or children under the age of 12 will be permitted.

Q. What should I wear?

A. Clothing should be comfortable, yet professional. We suggest wearing business casual clothing and comfortable shoes. Be sure to pack some comfortable pieces if you plan to visit area attractions. Congress centers and hotels tend to keep things cool, so we recommend that you bring a sweater.

Q. What am I required to bring with me?

A. Bring your show pass, beauty industry credentials and plenty of business cards. The Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show is a time for networking. To purchase products, you may be asked to verify that you are a beauty industry professional or student of the beauty industry.  If you are a student, remember to bring proof of current enrollment with you to the registration counter.

Q. May I bring a rolling cart?

A. Rolling bags are permitted. However, bag check will be strictly enforced. Before entering the exhibit hall, bags must be completely empty. If your bag is full and you wish to re-enter, your bag must be checked. There will be a Product Check and coat check onsite for a nominal fee allowing you to leave your bags while you continue to shop.

Q. I lost my Phone/keys/Debit Card/Wallet…?
A. Please report to the last place that you remember having an item and if not found, please report to the REGISTRATION/CUSTOMER SERVICE DESK

Q. May I bring a camera?

A. No photography or videotaping of Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show or its Educational Program is allowed without prior permission from Show Management.

Q. What if I require special assistance at the show?

A. To ensure your participation is enjoyable and meaningful, please contact Bronner Bros. Beauty Show Group at 800-547-7469 ext.266 at least 30 days prior to the show.

Q. Why are unlicensed guests limited in participation?
A. The Bronner Brothers International Beauty Show is a show for Beauty Professionals in the Industry to come and trade and buy products. All attendees are required to be licensed professionals or business owners. Our exhibitors rent booth space for the purpose of having access to a certain type of customer. Bronner Brothers allows unlicensed guests to attend, however, only professionals can purchase professional products. The armbands issued will differentiate the type of customer. There will be exhibitors that may sell to unlicensed guests but those products will likely be retail products.