Who says Michigan is dead? We just landed two new film production studios, one taking over the old MGM Grand casino in which amounts to a $70M deal. The other is taking over an old GM plant in Pontiac for another $80M deal. With film production expanding in Michigan, we will need to provide more hairdressers, makeup artists and nail techs.
One of our Kemon Coaches, John Tarro, has already benefited from the new film business. Tarro has worked on nearly a dozen films already and says the work is fun and fulfilling. Better yet, he states that the actors love Kemon products. This is how buzz starts.
But film isn't the only thing new to Michigan. Kemon Days, the signature event that has taken place in Italy for the past 15 years is making its first worldwide stop right here in Detroit.
Kemon Days is a networking, education and inspirational two-day event for top hairdressers looking to elevate their career. Hairdressers from all over Europe descend on Italy at the end of March. Now hairdressers from across the USA will descend right here this coming May 3-4.
Kemon Days will be held at the MGM Grand Hotel, one of only 3 AAA 4-Diamond properties. MGM features Immerse Spa (one of the top in the country); two Michael Mina restaurants and the Wolfgang Puck grill. The guest rooms are pure luxury.
The main event is all about hair and the Kemon Artistic Team from Italy will make its ways across the ocean to bring excitement and passion like never seen before. It will also feature the USA Kemon Artistic and Technical Team and plenty of time for networking, cocktails and dining.
I am truly excited about Kemon Days. One of our star beauty experts has already sold 75 tickets herself. With only 400 available the event will sell out before officially announced on March 1.
This is the kind of excitement Michigan needs if just one step at a time. Who knows, perhaps Kemon Days will make into one of the films being produced!