Coverings 2016 issues call for presentations

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Alexandria, Va.—Coverings, the largest global tile and stone exhibition in North America, is seeking conference speakers and professional development seminar leaders for its 2016 exhibition programming, to be held April 18-21 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Highlighted for its comprehensive speaking and educational programs, Coverings is calling for leading authorities to submit proposals for one or more of the following categories: architecture and interior design, building and remodeling, fabrication, installation, green building, health and safety, retail sales and distribution.

Proposals may be submitted at coverings.com/education. The deadline for submissions is Aug. 26.

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