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2014 Beacon Awards

May 29th, 2014

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Tricoci Students Win 2014 Beacon Awards

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture (TUBC) is honored to announce that eight of its exceptional cosmetology students have received highly-acclaimed Beacon Awards 2014 from the Professional Beauty Association (PBA).

The following three TUBC students were named as 2014 Beacon Winners, which is the very-best accolade: Joanna Feliciano, Melissa Thompson, and Tasneem Kassamali.

And five more TUBC students received Honorable Mentions: Gabriela Martinez, Kamia McClendon, Aquanetta Nunley, Ivonne Torrano and Hannah Clemens.

These award-winning students are now eligible to attend PBA Beauty Week in Las Vegas (12-15 July 2014), where they will have the opportunity to meet some of the biggest names in the beauty industry and learn cutting-edge cosmetology techniques.

Brian Weed, CEO of Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, explains, “We are so proud of these students. Thousands of cosmetology students enter the Beacon competition every year, but only the very best are presented with an award or honorable mention. This is further evidence of what salons tell us—that our students are consistently the most ‘salon-ready’ among all beauty school graduates.”

More about the Beacon Awards
The PBA Beacon Awards recognize the most promising cosmetology student talent in the nation, providing them with education and opportunities to network with the industry’s highest profile salon owners and stylists during PBA Beauty Week, which is held every July in Las Vegas. Beacon students attend specialized classes with the biggest names in the industry, get up close and personal with North American Hairstyling Award finalists and get a firm understanding of the business of beauty.

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