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Clean Show returns to four-day format
After reviewing post-show surveys and gathering feedback from exhibitors and attendees, the Clean Executive Committee decided to return to the four-day run.
“The positive feedback we’ve received on Clean 2013 has been overwhelming,” said Brian Wallace, chair of the Clean Executive Committee. “In visiting with exhibitors, attendees and the show partners, it was clear that the best way to build upon that success was to add a day to the schedule.”
“People are going to be pleasantly surprised at how much Atlanta has changed since the Clean Show was last held in the city in 1987. It is a major destination with so much to see and do,” said John Riddle, the show’s manager.
The World Educational Congress for Laundering and Drycleaning, the show’s formal name, attracts every facet of textile care and textile rental services and is the world’s largest exhibition of textile care products featuring working equipment. Clean 2013 drew 10,300 people from all 50 states and 1,663 from 83 other countries.
Clean 2015’s sponsoring associations are Association for Linen Management, Coin Laundry Association, Drycleaning and Laundry Institute, Textile Care Allied Trades Association and Textile Rental Services Association of America.
More information about the Clean Show can be found at www.cleanshow.com, or by contacting show management, Riddle & Associates, 3098 Piedmont Road NE, Suite 350, Atlanta, GA 30305; phone (404) 876-1988.

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