RICHMOND, Ky. — The Association for Linen Management (ALM) has rescheduled two events and postponed a third due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The IMPACT 2020 Conference will now take place Nov. 2-4, while the spring session of the Laundry & Linen College has been rescheduled for June 22-26.
The fall session of the Laundry & Linen College has been postponed as a result of the shifting event schedule.
IMPACT 2020 was originally scheduled for March 23-25 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, and the destination resort will host the rescheduled November event.
ALM says that all current conference registrations will be transferred to the new date. Sponsors and presenters will be contacted separately when more information is confirmed.
If the registered individual has a conflict, ALM says it will offer one of three alternatives:
· Transfer the registration to another individual at the company.
· Transfer the full amount toward the purchase of an ALM publication, program or other future event for any individual at the company.
· If neither of those options are feasible, they will work with each person to satisfy the situation.
The association adds that those who previously canceled registration, regardless of reason, and received a partial refund, will have the previously non-refunded amount in applied the same manner as those individuals that did not cancel.
The spring session of the Laundry & Linen College on Textile Care Services was originally scheduled for April 20-24. The rescheduled event will be held in Richmond.
ALM says the fall session on Processing & Operations will no longer be November 2-6, due to IMPACT rescheduling. New dates will be announced at a later time.