NU EXPRESSIONS® IS A BRONNER BROS. COMPANY THAT SELLS PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS TO PROFESSIONAL STYLISTS ONLY…
Our products offer stylists a complete line of styling products, from the Base Cream and the Relaxers, which include Simply Relaxed with Shea Butter, the V.S. Gold Relaxer, and the No Lye Sensitive Scalp Relaxer, and the Conditioners, 2-17-R, 10-in-1 Conditioning Shampoo, and the Scalp Ale. We have maintenance products such as the Foam Wrap Lotion and Trio. We also have a Styling Gel and products that keep the scalp healthy, like the Super Gro and Carrot Oil. We have the finishing products, Spritz & Shine, Silk Sheen, Diamond Shine, Hot 10 Oil and the Silk ‘n Seal.
In 1947, Dr. Nathaniel H. Bronner, Sr. and his brother, Arthur E. Bronner, Sr. (the original Bronner Brothers) with the assistance of their sister, Emma Bronner began teaching cosmetologists at the Butler Street YMCA in Atlanta, Georgia. Subsequently, the first Bronner Bros. Trade Show was born with approximately 300 in attendance.
THE SHOW ATTRACTED MANY WELL RENOWNED SPEAKERS INCLUDING JACKIE ROBINSON, DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. AND DR. BENJAMIN MAYS
As Bronner Bros. grew, the show moved from the YMCA to the Royal Peacock Social Club, and later to the Auburn Avenue Casino. The show attracted many well renowned speakers including Jackie Robinson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Dr. Benjamin Mays. Mr. Bronner combed the country each year to bring positive, motivating people to the show. Over the years Bronner Bros. continued to gain momentum and moved to the City Auditorium.
In 1967, the newly completed Hyatt Regency Hotel and Bronner Bros. signed a ten (10) year contract to hold the annual convention. This would remain the home for the beauty show for the following twenty (20) years.As the show grew – energetic, satisfied customers and space demands forced the selection of other sites for the show. With the show being such a phenomenal success, expansion included moves from the Marriott Marquis, Hyatt Regency, the Atlanta Merchandise Mart and finally to its present venue, the Georgia World Congress Center. In 1996, delegates convened in the magical city of Orlando, Florida.