Clean 2015 Exhibit Sales Are Off To A Great Start; Housing Is Open

Exhibit space sales are under way for Clean 2015 that will take place April 16-19, 2015, in the Georgia World Congress Center. Companies that exhibited at Clean 2013 in New Orleans had the chance to contract for booth space starting in late April and sales opened to all other exhibitor prospects in mid-June. With almost 120 companies present in the first assignment batch alone, Clean 2015 promises to be a repeat success.

“The theme of Clean 2015 is ‘One Industry. One Stage.’ The Clean Show is the one event where every aspect of this industry is represented, allowing for limitless opportunities for networking, education, demonstration and more,” said John Riddle, president of Riddle & Associates, the show’s management company. “There is no other trade show like it. Everyone involved in or even interested in getting into the textile care industry will find something at the Clean Show.”

Attendees can compare products and services brought by exhibitors from around the globe, get answers to questions directly from manufacturers, network with peers and take advantage of valuable classroom education sessions presented by show sponsors and related associations.

Clean 2015 has negotiated special room rates to meet every budget at 12 Atlanta hotels. Each of the sponsoring associations has a designated headquarter hotel. Special prices and amenities, such as complimentary guest room internet service, are included in the Clean 2015 package at all 12 hotels. A variety of discounts from parking to food function rates are being offered by some of the hotels. In order to obtain these rates and special concessions, exhibitors and attendees should make their reservations through the Clean Show’s official housing provider, EventSphere, by visiting the hotels page on, found in both the “Attending Information” and “Contracted Exhibitors” sections of the website.

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 Textile Rental Services Association of America.


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