LAS VEGAS — Starting today, people planning to attend Clean 2017 here June 5-8 can register for the show and make their hotel reservations, notes management firm Riddle & Associates.
Reservations can be made through the Clean 2017 website or through the show’s only authorized housing service, Connections Housing, at 702-675-6584 or 844-216-0057 (toll free in the USA), says Riddle.
Also, for the first time, members of the five national sponsoring associations can register for a discounted fee of $119 per person (membership must be active at the time of registration). The pre-registration fee for non-members is $149.
Sponsoring associations are the Association for Linen Management (ALM), Coin Laundry Association (CLA), Drycleaning & Laundry Institute (DLI), Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA) and Textile Rental Services Association of America (TRSA).
The deadline for pre-registration is May 31. After that date, registration is on-site at the Las Vegas Convention Center only and the fee increases to $169 per person regardless of association membership.
Clean 2017 has contracted with a number of Las Vegas hotels, many of which are new to the Clean Show package, Riddle notes. Hotel rates to accommodate every budget range from a low of $49 on a weeknight to a weekend high of $239.
Show sponsors have selected the following headquarter hotels for their organizations: ALM, Caesars Palace; CLA, Vdara; DLI, Cosmopolitan; TCATA, Renaissance and Westgate; TRSA, Signature at MGM and Westgate.
Other hotels being offered to Clean Show attendees are Bally’s, Flamingo, MGM Grand, Paris, Tropicana and Wynn.
Most hotels charge a higher rate for Friday and Saturday nights than Monday through Sunday, Riddle says, and published rates do not include taxes. Most hotels also add a mandatory resort fee of $15-32 per night.
The Clean Show is the world’s largest exhibition of commercial laundry, drycleaning and textile services equipment and ancillary products, says Riddle. Attendees can see and compare working equipment in live demonstrations, and can learn from more than 25 hours of classroom education covering all segments of the textile care industry.