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ISCT Bound for Atlanta, ‘Ablaze With New Ideas’

June 28, 2000
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The International Society of Cleaning Technicians (ISCT) has set July 25-29, at the Renaissance Concourse Hotel in Atlanta, for its 2000 Convention, Trade Show and Annual Membership Meeting.

Convention attendees will have the opportunity to Tour Shaw Industries’ carpet tile plant in Cartersville, GA, and the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead, GA. The convention planning committee has designed a curriculum that mixes education and fun for both attendees and exhibitors, combining topical discussions and demonstrations with exciting and relaxing activities.

Included on the education line-up are: Keynoter Don Barrett Jr., Home Depot; Mark Kennedy and Clark Lovrien, The Premier Group, Prochem; Ruth Travis, Interior Care; Scott Warrington, Paul Davis Systems; Aaron Groseclose, MasterBlend; Tim Baker, Chemspec; Rob Hanks, Bridgepoint Systems; Bob Bonwell, Advantage Marketing; Jeff Bishop, Clean Care Seminars; Larry Carlson, Therma-Stor; Ron Toney, Century 400; Jim Carfield, J.R. Flooring; Lee King, After Disaster; and more.

For more information and to register, call the ISCT office at (800) WHY-ISCT.


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