Clean Show Deadlines Near

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The Clean Show in Las Vegas is right around the corner. Have you made your plans? You can save money by acting now and taking advantage of the pre-registration fee as well as special hotel rates.Clean ’07 will be held June 11-14 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Registration includes admission to the exhibit hall and all educational sessions. The pre-registration fee is $50 per person, with a deadline of May 21. After May 21, registration will be processed on-site at a cost of $85 per person. No one will be admitted on the exhibit floor without an official badge. Badges are not transferable. To register, go to ’07 has blocked rooms at eight hotels. The reservation deadline is May 11. Each sponsoring association has a headquarter hotel. If you wish to stay in a sponsor’s headquarter hotel, indicate that when making reservations.The eight hotels are: Bally’s (general housing); Flamingo Las Vegas (general housing); Harrah’s Las Vegas (Coin Laundry Association, general housing); Las Vegas Hilton (Textile Care Allied Trades Association, Textile Rental Services Association of America, Uniform and Textile Service Association, general housing); Paris Las Vegas (National Association of Institutional Linen Management, general housing); Planet Hollywood Resort – Aladdin (International Fabricare Association); Riviera Hotel and Casino (general housing); and Wynn Las Vegas Resort (general housing).To make your hotel reservations on-line, go to To make hotel reservations for general housing by telephone, call 888-892-5822.Attendees can make travel and car rental arrangements through Globetrotter Travel, Clean ’07’s official travel agency. To contact Globetrotter, call 888-447-7432 or 301-570-0800, then press 1. To make plans on-line, go to


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