Attending Clean ’03 in Las Vegas will be a worthwhile journey for all attendees. They will be able to see virtually all of the products and services available to the entire textile care industry under one roof. This premier textile care expo being held August 11-14 is a unique opportunity that comes around only once every two years.
Over 100 hands-on, interactive exhibits can be found at the Lied Discovery Children's Museum where children of all ages can explore the arts, humanities and sciences as well as traveling displays, programs and entertainment (833 Las Vegas Blvd. N., Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm.)
ATLANTA, GA -- Exhibit space sales have started for Clean ’03, scheduled for August 11-14, 2003, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. An Exhibitor Prospectus was sent July 19 to more than 500 companies that showcased their products and services at Clean ’01. By the end of July, 86,400 square feet of space were contracted. Initial attendee information will go out early in 2003 and reservations for Clean ’03 official hotels will open in the fall.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- If you find yourself with some free time during your trip to Clean '03 and are longing to escape the glitter of Las Vegas, if for just a day, you're in for a treat.
From historical sights to recreation areas, Clean Show attendees and their families have a wide-range of activities to choose from - so if you have some time to explore, have some fun unwinding outside of the city!
Clean '03 has announced its official hotel package, and the Las Vegas Housing Bureau is accepting reservations for the show's six official hotels. In addition, five airlines and two car rental companies offer discounts to people attending the trade show for laundering, dry-cleaning and textile rental in Las Vegas August 11-14, 2003.
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A Gruesome Laundry Surprise
PHOENIX, Ariz. — A body in a bin was discovered by employees at a Sodexo commercial laundry facility. The body arrived on a delivery truck from medical facilities in Tucson. Team members who were unloading the bins first noticed blood on the sheets then discovered the body in one of the bins. The man, a transient, had previously slept in the laundry-bag area near the Tucson medical facility. It is believed that the man either died from a medical condition or was suffocated by the plastic bags. The body showed no signs of trauma or foul play.