You are here

Clean 2021 Exhibit Space Opens Today

2019 exhibitors get first crack at reserving Atlanta booths

ATLANTA — Exhibit space sales open today for Clean 2021, scheduled for June 10-13, 2021, here in Atlanta.

Companies that exhibited at Clean 2019 in New Orleans get the first crack at reserving space in the Georgia World Congress Center on a first-come, first-served basis.

Remaining exhibit space will open to other interested parties this fall, according to show organizer Messe Frankfurt.

All exhibitor information can be found on the show’s website. With the online Exhibitor Prospectus, interested exhibitors can view the floor plan, select sponsorship opportunities for additional exposure, explore rules and regulations, and download the contract.

The Clean Show is North America’s largest exposition of laundering, drycleaning and textile care services, supplies and equipment. Clean 2019 attracted more than 11,000 industry professionals and 452 exhibiting companies.

Attendee registration for Clean 2021 is scheduled to open in November.

The Clean Show is organized in collaboration with the Association for Linen Management (ALM), Coin Laundry Association (CLA), Drycleaning & Laundry Institute (DLI), Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA), and TRSA, the association for linen, uniform and facility services.

The 2021 Atlanta event marks a transition, as it will be the first Clean Show fully produced by Messe Frankfurt. The Germany-based trade fair organizer purchased Clean in 2018 from the five associations that sponsored the show for decades, and retained longtime show manager Riddle & Associates to manage Clean 2019.

Late last year, Messe Frankfurt announced via email that it planned to “update the overall look and feel” of Clean for 2021 but that no “significant changes” were planned at the time.


Messe Frankfurt Offers Update on Clean Show Transition, October 7, 2019

Messe Frankfurt Acquires Clean Show, December 6, 2018

the clean show presented by texcare color logo web

Have a question or comment? E-mail our editor Bruce Beggs at [email protected].