Clean Buildings Expo Announces Rescheduled Dates
The Clean Buildings Expo (CBE) and National Facilities Management and Technology (NFMT) Conference and Expo management team wishes to express our deepest concerns for everyone impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus. We have monitored the situation closely, and due to recent developments and facts, the NFMT and CBE shows scheduled for March 17-19 in Baltimore have been rescheduled. NFMT will now take place August 11-13 and CBE will take place August 11-12 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
We thank our attendees, exhibitors, and speakers for entrusting us to make the best decision supported by facts. On Tuesday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced that he has cancelled all out-of-state travel for all state employees and advised all state agencies to prepare all employees for telework in order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 disease. Hogan signed this emergency legislation into law on Day 5 of Maryland's coronavirus state of emergency.
"Our top priority is to serve and support our attendees and exhibitors — and protecting their health and safety is of paramount importance," said Jill McDermott, chief sales officer at Trade Press Media Group, which owns and co-owns NFMT and CBE, respectively. "We take pride in offering valuable educational opportunities, networking, and access to new products and technologies for facilities and cleaning professionals who trust NFMT and CBE to deliver on their high standards. We are excited to welcome our community to the rescheduled shows in August."
Attendee registrations and exhibitor booths will automatically transfer to the new August 11-13 show dates. Additionally, CBE and ISSA pre- and post-event workshops will move to coincide with the August dates.
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