Spring Showtime

Grooming professionals from around the country convened at Intergroom for a firsthand look at the latest developments in grooming products and some healthy competition.




 

At the Intergroom trade show and grooming competition, held in early April at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, N.J., pet groomers browsed the aisles, showed off their skills in competitive events and picked up new ones in educational seminars. 

The four-day event boasted a wide range of vendors, offering high-quality grooming products covering the spectrum from lifts and tables to scissors and brushes. Attendees also had numerous chances to hone their skills and learn new ones, with product demonstrations on the trade show floor and a full schedule of competitive grooming events. A variety of classes throughout the event offered further professional development opportunities.

 

Mary Meeks shows off Nature’s Specialties’ Pawpin’ Blueberry Shampoo and Top’n Blueberry Conditioner. 

 

At the Advet Hygienics booth, Jeffrey Arteaga explains the environmentally friendly features of the company’s packaging. 

 

 Tammy Siert, Megan Mouser and Mackenzie Murphy display Andis tools during a grooming demonstration.

 

Visitors to the Wag’n Tails booth toured mobile grooming vans with Karen Hubbard and Shaffia Galis-Menendez.

 

Jessica Romani told visitors about the features of the Clipper Vac at the M.D.C. Romani booth. 

 

At the Poly Pet Tubs booth, Mike Forcelli greeted customers with a smile. 

 

 Gina Rodriguez gave visitors to the Shor-Line booth a tour of the company’s tabletops, cages, tubs and more.

 

Al Davis showed off Davis new Pumped Up coat styling spray.

 

At the Les Poochs booth, Kristy Hallowell and Ariel Alessandrini highlighted the company’s line of brushes.

 

Mark Barton displayed a wide range of grooming products at the EQyss booth, including the company’s new flea and tick products. 

 

At the Electric Cleaner Company booth, Trevor Vold talked show attendees through the company’s offerings, including its K-9 blowers and dryers. 

 

Sara Lemish and Lynne Allen demonstrate B-Air’s Pro Series II force dryers, available in a variety of bright color options.

 

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