At a press conference held by the Clean Executive Committee at the Las Vegas Convention Center on the third day of Clean 2017, CEC Chair Mary Scalco released some impressive numbers regarding the first two days of this year’s show. Scalco said she was “very pleased with the turn out for both attendees and exhibitors.”
Registration at this year’s show has already topped the total from the 2015 event. As of the close of business on day two, 12,374 people had registered. This is a significant increase from the total attendance of 11,264 at the Atlanta show.
The exhibit floor, which sold out with 227,006 net square feet of booth space, has been busy since the show opened. This is a substantial increase over the 197,400 square feet used in Clean 2015 in Atlanta, and is the largest booth space sales since Clean 2007, also held in Las Vegas.
In addition, the CEC announced that the next two Clean Shows will be held June 20-23, 2019, in New Orleans, and then June 10-13, 2021, in Atlanta.
Currently, the location for Clean 2023 is pending; however, potential host cities are Orlando, New Orleans and Las Vegas.