ATLANTA, Ga. — Messe Frankfurt, organizer of The Clean Show, reports that after the 2022 edition in Atlanta, July 30-Aug 2., the largest event in the United States for the laundering, dry cleaning, textile care services, supplies and equipment industry will shift back to odd years beginning in 2025.
The move comes in response to the unprecedented postponement and rescheduling of events and trade fairs across the industry.
“Our goal in shifting Clean back to an odd-year cycle is to help restore balance to the international trade fair calendar as the industry recovers post-COVID,” says Greg Jira, show director. “We believe this decision is best for the global industry as a whole.”
The following edition of The Clean Show will take place in August 2025 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando for the first time since 2005.
Subsequently, Clean will return to the Las Vegas Convention Center in July 2027, Clean’s seventh edition in this location.
“We are looking forward to returning to these cities with a history of successful Clean Shows,” Jira says. “The venues are excited to have us back, and the industry is definitely ready for the return of our regularly scheduled in-person events.”
Registration is currently open for the next edition of The Clean Show, which will take place this summer in Atlanta, Georgia.
Clean still has exhibition opportunities available, but space is almost sold out. Companies interested in reserving a booth should contact Jewell Kowzan, [email protected].
The Clean Show is organized in collaboration with five industry-leading associations: Association for Linen Management (ALM), Coin Laundry Association (CLA), Dry-cleaning & Laundry Institute (DLI), Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA), and TRSA, the association for linen, uniform and facility services.
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