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TRSA Management Institutes Return as In-Person Events

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — With COVID-19 subsiding and in-person education returning as the U.S. norm, TRSA, the association for linen, uniform and facility services, reports that its three annual Management Institute (MI) programs—EMI (Executive), Professional (PMI) and Maintenance (MMI)—are following suit.

These programs are back to meet the industry’s high demand for face-to-face peer interaction and personalized expert instruction. All three institutes are scheduled between Aug. 8-12 (all at roughly the same time in the same location) at the University of Maryland.

Thwarted in 2020 by the pandemic, they reflect TRSA member companies’ commitment to providing their executives and managers with a brief but immersive experience that accelerates their professional development.

The programs’ 2021 return consolidates the programs to maximize networking benefits, as shared social functions foster experience-sharing and relationship-building among participants from the separate Institutes at a time when opportunities for large-group interaction are largely unavailable.

Early registration discounts are available through June 25 for each program. Savings are $200 per attendee for MMI, $300 for PMI and $400 for EMI.

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