Registration Open for 2017 ICE Expo

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The 2017 ICE Expo is the first and only trade show in the cleaning industry that brings carpet cleaning, automotive detailing, facility maintenance and restoration under the same roof. The show was conceived by manufacturers in the cleaning industry who saw a need to serve the growing number of cleaning professionals.

Registration opened Monday, August 1 for the event that will take place January 26th and 27th at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas. Throughout August, there is an early bird pricing special of $25.

Here are some reasons to attend:

  • More than $15,000 in giveaways: Show exhibitors have already donated many great valued items. All those who register have a chance to win.
  • Exclusive deals: Many specials and discounts are exclusive to the show only.
  • Free education seminars: A variety of seminars are conducted by industry professionals. There is no additional cost to attend.
  • Hands-on demonstrations: For those who aren’t sure which machines or equipment they need, it’s possible to test and try everything at the Carpet Demo Pavilion.

Book your hotel room for ICE 2017 at South Point Hotel by November 1st for a chance to win a hotel package that is valued at $400.

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