Registration now open for ICE Expo 2016


LAS VEGAS — Registration for ICE Expo, a trade show for carpet cleaners, restoration professionals, auto detailers, and the jan/san community, recently opened, according to a press release.

Scheduled for January 29 – 30 at the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa, the event will feature not only a trade show, but also demonstrations, seminars, workshops, product giveaways and networking opportunities for industry attendees.

Seminars include “Eliminating Odors,” “Consumer Habits,” a low moisture cleaning introduction and Howard Partridge’s popular “How to Stop Being a Slave to your Cleaning Business.” For the full schedule, please click here.

“This show was conceived by manufacturers in the cleaning industry who saw a need to serve the growing number of cleaning professionals,” the organization said on its website. “Up until now, cleaning professionals have been forced to travel to multiple shows at great expense to their pocket book, not to mention time away from their businesses during busy season.”

There will be raffle giveaways during both days of the conference from various companies including Odorcide, Mytee Products, Solo Inc., Vaportek and Dultmeier Sales.

Registration is $35 per person, which includes complete access to all events, including the trade show area.

To register, or for more information, please click here.

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