EMI, PMI Turnout Reflects Confidence in Workforce Teamwork


Given COVID-19-induced impacts wreaking havoc on the economy and accordingly posing challenges to the linen, uniform and facility services industry, it might not seem a good time to free upwardly mobile managers from their workplaces for an immersive professional development experience. Suggesting otherwise: participation in TRSA’s 2022 TRSA Management Institute programs. Attendance from Aug. 8-12 at the University of Maryland for both the Executive and Professional conclaves improved over 2021, totaling more than 150 participants. And attendees were generally confident any work gaps created by their absence were filled by their colleagues back home.

Clean Returns to Orlando in 2025


With the 2022 edition in the rearview mirror, the Clean Show will return to an odd-year, two-year cycle, starting in 2025. This move comes in response to the unprecedented postponements and rescheduling of events and trade fairs across the industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Clean ’22 Receives High Marks from Across the Industry


The Clean Show closed last week at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. After a year-long postponement due to COVID-19, the excitement to meet in-person with industry peers and experience the latest technology and innovations could be felt throughout Downtown Atlanta during the four-day event.

Linen Supply Issues Cost Vegas Hotel


Golden Entertainment, the parent company of The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Skypod, noted significant earnings losses due to a lack of linens at the Las Vegas property during its most recent earnings call for the second quarter.

In Other News this Week


Additional recent headlines from consumer media of interest to linen, uniform and facility services operators, and especially readers of Textile Services Weekly.

Ricci Tours UK Laundries; Confers with Association Leaders


As part of a strategic outreach effort, TRSA President and CEO Joseph Ricci recently traveled to the United Kingdom (UK) for talks with the British Textile Services Association (TSA), plus tours of four highly regarded laundries around London and the northern city of Leeds, England.