OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. — The Coin Laundry Association (CLA) has unveiled its final schedule of events—including educational sessions, networking opportunities and social receptions—for June’s Clean Show in New Orleans.
“The Clean Show is the best opportunity for professionals in the laundry industry to grow their business in 2013 and beyond,” explains Brain Wallace, CLA president/CEO. “The educational programming alone is more than worth the price of admission, but coupled with tremendous networking opportunities and incredible equipment exhibits – you simply cannot miss Clean 2013.”
As one of the Clean Show sponsors, CLA will provide more than 10 hours of education geared toward making laundry owners more successful, and will cover an array of topics pertaining to the coin laundry industry, including:
- Coin Laundry Trends for 2013
- Internet Marketing Success Stories for Coin Laundries
- Social Media: Which Tools Should Laundry Owners Embrace?
- Best Practices for Wash Dry Fold and Commercial Accounts
- Advanced Laundry Lease Analysis
- The ABCs for Potential Laundry Owners
- The Keys to Successful Multiple Store Management
To make sure the Clean Show is not all work and no play, CLA plans to host a hospitality reception on Thursday, June 20, and a CLA Mardi Gras Party the following evening. This year’s members-only party will feature Big Band entertainment, an open bar with Mardi Gras-themed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, strolling entertainers and revelers, a Tarot card reader, caricature artist, and more.
Member pricing for this event is $65 per person. Visit the CLA website to learn more and to purchase tickets.
CLA’s Clean Show programming would not be possible without support from the following “signature sponsors”: American Dryer Corp., Alliance Laundry Systems, Continental Girbau, Dexter Laundry, Eastern Funding, EasyPay, ESD, Laundrylux, Maytag Commercial Laundry, and Setomatic Systems.
“We greatly appreciate the many distributors and manufacturers who continue to support the CLA’s mission of providing superior education and networking opportunities to today’s self-service laundry owners,” says Wallace.
To learn more about the Clean Show, which is expected to draw 10,000 trade attendees from all segments of the laundry and dry cleaning industry, visit the show’s website.