2022 Flooring Markets moving ahead as planned

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[Marietta, Ga.] – Market Maker Events (MME) will be moving ahead with their in-person Flooring Markets in 2022, with robust protocols in place to protect all attendees. The three markets—Dallas, Atlanta and Biloxi—will move forward as scheduled with the following safety measures in place:

  • Masks are recommended to be worn while inside the market facility.
  • Sanitation stations will be located in key areas around the market floor.
  • Badges will be mailed in advance to pre-registered attendees to ensure safe distancing and avoid crowds at market entrances.
  • Our floor plans and common areas have been adjusted to ensure physical distancing measures for all guests based on the city, state, federal and facility guidelines.

“As we continue to live through the COVID-19 pandemic, we are confident our Flooring Markets will move forward in the new year with safety protocols in place,” said Lori Kisner, managing partner, MME. “We know the industry is eager to see new products in person, and our regional markets allow for most attendees to drive in for the day and source new inventory while managing their busy schedules. We look forward to welcoming attendees and exhibitors to the 2022 Flooring Markets.”

Kisner stressed that it is a requirement that all persons registering for the markets agree to, and comply with, MME’s Code of Conduct to ensure safety is top of mind and that its events comply with all current group meeting standards.

Pre-registration can be completed online now by clicking on the hyperlinks below:

Southwest Flooring Market, Jan. 6- 7:
Southeast Flooring Market, Jan. 26- 27:
Gulf Coast Flooring Market, Feb. 17- 18:

Additional information regarding the markets, as well as travel and accommodations, is available online.

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