People who wish to attend Clean 2011 in Las Vegas June 6-9, 2011 can now register at the show’s website, www.cleanshow.com.
Preregistration is just $99 per person until May 11, $50 off the on-site registration fee of $149. Registration includes access to the exhibit hall all four show days and entrance to all educational sessions. Those who wish to pay by check can download a registration form from the website and mail it in; forms will also be included in a promotional mailing set to deliver early in 2011.
Held every other year, the Clean Show is the world’s largest exhibition of commercial laundry and drycleaning equipment and related products. Attendees can see and compare working equipment in live demonstrations.
Sponsors and international associations will present approximately 40 hours of seminars during Clean 2011, show planners Riddle & Associates says, representing thousands of dollars worth of education. Sessions will focus on new technologies, management strategies and environmental issues. A preliminary schedule is available at the website.
“We hope all textile-care professionals will take advantage of this great opportunity to learn what’s new in the industry and network with their peers,” says John Riddle, president of Riddle & Associates. “It only happens every two years, and it is truly ‘The Show That Works for You.’”
Attendees can also make reservations at the show’s 11 official hotels through the website. Special show rates are available only through the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) housing service.
Clean 2011 attendees can contact the show’s official travel agency, Globetrotter Travel, to make travel arrangements. Globetrotter offers fares competitive with all airline and third-party travel sites, Riddle & Associates says, and may offer additional discounts to Clean attendees depending on their city of origin. Press 1 after calling Globetrotter at 800-322-7032 or 301-570-0800, or visit www.globetrottermgmt.com/cleanshow.
Clean, a.k.a. The World Educational Congress for Laundering & Drycleaning, is sponsored by five national industry associations: the Association for Linen Management (ALM), the Coin Laundry Association (CLA), the Drycleaning & Laundry Institute (DLI), the Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA), and the Textile Rental Services Association of America (TRSA).
Clean ’09 in New Orleans attracted some 10,000 people from 73 countries. More than 400 companies exhibited.