Hotel reservations for the Clean Show, to be held in the New Orleans Morial Convention Center June 20 -23, 2019 are open through Connections Housing, the official housing agency for the show. Exhibit sales are also open to all companies for the textile care industry trade show.
Clean Show management has arranged for exclusive discounts and special amenities at a variety of New Orleans hotels for the show. Reservations must be made through Connections Housing, the exclusive official housing agent for Clean 2019, to ensure you receive these amenities. Beware of fraudulent companies that present themselves as official partners of the Clean Show. Reservations can be made by visiting the show’s website, www.cleanshow.com, found in both the Attending Information and Contracted Exhibitors sections of the site.
Companies interested in exhibiting are encouraged to contact show management as soon as possible to obtain an Exhibitor Prospectus. Exhibitors at Clean 2017 in Las Vegas were given priority to book space and already more than 200 contracts are in process. Space is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Contracting early gives exhibitors an advantage in booth placement and longer exposure on the show’s website. Exhibitors have other exclusive long-term marketing opportunities.
The Clean Show features working equipment and virtually every product and service used in the textile care industry are seen at the world’s largest trade show for laundry, drycleaning and textile care services. There were 481 exhibiting companies at the Las Vegas show. Clean 2017 drew more than 11,000 people from around the world.
The Clean Show, officially titled the World Educational Congress for Laundering and Drycleaning, is held every two years. In addition to exhibits the show offers educational seminars on technology, business management and environmental issues. It is one of the country’s top 200 trade shows and Clean 2017 is the recipient of Tradeshow Executive magazine’s Fastest 50 award in all three categories: net square feet of exhibit space, number of exhibiting companies, and total attendance.
Officially titled the World Educational Congress for Laundering and Drycleaning, the show is sponsored jointly by five national industry associations: Association for Linen Management; Coin Laundry Association; Drycleaning & Laundry Institute; Textile Care Allied Trades Association; and TRSA, the association for linen, uniform and facility services. The first Clean Show was held in Chicago in 1977.
For more information about the Clean Show, visit the show’s website at www.cleanshow.com, or contact show management, Riddle & Associates, 404-876-1988.