CLEAN 2015

2015-04-16 - 2015-04-19
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Clean 2015 in Atlanta will expand back to a four-day show.  Dates are Thursday-Sunday, April 16-19,2015 in the Georgia World Congress Center. 

The longer show format will afford attendees more time to explore the exhibits, attend added educational sessions and network with industry peers.  After reviewing post-show surveys and gathering feedback from exhibitors and attendees, the Clean Executive Committee (CEC) made the decision to extend the show to a fourth day.


The Clean Show is the main event for the laundering, drycleaning and textile services industry.


  • Live demonstrations: The biggest and most comprehensive display of machines and equipment, plus all the ancillary products and services you use in your business.



  • Education: Learn new techniques and strategies in seminars delivered by leading industry experts and the Clean Show sponsoring associations.


  • Networking: Take home new ideas and proven strategies from your face-to-face meetings with manufacturers, suppliers and industry peers. If you attend only one industry event, it should be the Clean Show.


Attendee information

Attendees are operators of coin/card laundries, dry cleaners, and uniform, linen and shop supply rental companies. Ninety five percent of attendees are owners or managers of their companies. In addition to seeing the latest equipment and products, over 30 hours of educational sessions focus on state of the art technical information, business management, and environmental issues.

Exhibitor information

More than 400 exhibitors displayed every type of machinery and industry-related product and service in New Orleans for Clean 2013. The Clean Show is where you see live demonstrations of the latest machinery, and where you can compare the products and services you will consider for purchase in the coming years to grow your business and improve your bottom line.

Partner Voices

Business success — you may think it’s all about the bottom line, but savvy CEOs like those at Apple, Starbucks and IKEA know otherwise. Although profits play a big role, it’s also important for companies to be socially responsible by considering their impact on the environment, their local economy and their customers. One way that companies can practice corporate social responsibility (CSR) is by incorporating it into company events.