Cybersecurity, AI to Highlight 7/9 IT Virtual Roundtable Premiere


The first-ever TRSA Information Technology Virtual Roundtable, the inaugural event for TRSA’s New IT Network, takes place at 1 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, July 9. This free-to-TRSA-member event will foster discussion among participants on IT issues including cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI).

Elevating Industry Excellence: TRSA’s 111th Annual Conference & Exchange


TRSA recently announced the setting for its 111th Annual Conference & Exchange. Scheduled for Sept. 24-26, at the esteemed Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo., the conference is set to be an exceptional event, gathering nearly 200 of the world’s most prominent leaders, including CEOs, senior executives and top-level managers.

Hart to Receive the Maglin-Biggie Lifetime Achievement Award


TRSA recently announced that Phil Hart, the president and CEO of Kannegiesser ETECH, Minneapolis, has been honored with the 2024 Maglin-Biggie Supplier Partner Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is a testament to Hart’s exceptional leadership, his significant contributions to the linen, uniform and facility services industry, and his steadfast dedication to excellence.

EPA Officials Update Industry on Potential PFAS Regs


TRSA recently hosted a webinar featuring a pair of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials to update the industry on the potential for per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) regulations. More than 100 linen, uniform and facility services executives attended the presentation.

6/25 Roundtable: What Takes GM Time and Whether It’s Right


TRSA’s June 25 General Managers’ Virtual Roundtable (1 p.m. EDT) will enable GMs to swap strategies for personal priority-setting in bearing ultimate responsibility for all activity in linen, uniform and facility services plants they oversee. Discussion will support their efforts to be flexible with their time as they oversee sales, service, laundry production and administration operations of laundry facilities.

New York Governor Halts Congestion-Pricing Plans


New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) announced yesterday that she is shelving the long-awaited tolling plan known as congestion pricing, just weeks before it was scheduled to go into effect. The program was set to begin collecting tolls on June 30.

Next-Gen Execs Gather to Discuss AI


TRSA’s Next-Generation Executives Network recently held a virtual roundtable to discuss artificial intelligence (AI), and how linen, uniform and facility services executives can use this technology to enhance their business processes.