TISE postponed to June 2021

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Las Vegas—TISE, the floor covering industry’s most important event, has been postponed to June 16-18, 2021 from its original dates of Jan. 25-28, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The decision to move the dates of TISE was not reached easily and a host of extraordinary factors were taken into consideration,” said Dana Hicks, TISE show director, Informa Markets. “While the live in-person event is being postponed to June 2021, TISE is dedicated to continuing to provide the critical, first-of-the-year product sourcing and purchasing opportunities the industry needs, a huge value the TISE event has and will continue to always provide.”

According to Hicks, the TISE team also plans to deliver a unique, fun, innovative and resourceful virtual programming week that will occur during the original TISE dates. “We promise, you will not want to miss it!” he said.

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