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Live From the 2017 TCFStyle Expo Stage: Spoken Word Artist Ashlee Haze!

14 Jul 2017

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In the days and weeks leading up to the 2017 TCFStyle Expo, happening July 28th & 29th in Atlanta, we’ve been dishing the dirt on everything you can expect to see and experience from the moment to set foot in the Cobb Galleria Centre. With each and every tidbit we divulge, do you sense the excitement?

From the panels, to the vendors, to the sponsors… a lot of work is being put into what will surely be the plus size event of the summer! Plainly put, the expo is going to be LIT, and today… We’re sharing another reason why that is!

Live From the 2017 TCFStyle Expo Stage: Spoken Word Artist Ashlee Haze!!

If you are familiar with Lane Bryant’s Inspired By #ThisBody campaign, you should be a bit acquainted with poet and spoken word artist Ashlee Haze.

Kiera “Ashlee Haze” Nelson is a poet and spoken word artist from Atlanta by way of Chicago. She started writing at the early age of 10, performing her first piece at a church Mother/Daughter Banquet. Later on, writing was something that she did almost everyday. At 15, she started performing regularly at public competitions and events. Now, she is one of the most accomplished poets in the sport of poetry slam. Fun fact: She got the nickname “Big 30” because of her consistency in getting a perfect score.

She has been a part of the Atlanta Poetry circuit for over a decade. Ashlee Haze was the most booked artist at the 2017 NACA Nationals Conference and is in the midst of a 100+ city college tour. And great news! She is including the 2017 TCFStyle Expo as a very special destination of her tour!

While we are super excited that Ashlee will be in the building delighting us with her performance at the expo, the question remains… Will YOU?!?

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