NAFCD 2018 | November 6-8, 2018 | Dallas, Texas
The North American Association of Flooring Covering Distributors convention unites the top flooring distributors, suppliers and service providers. This event provides valuable access for suppliers to strengthen relationships with current distributors and connect with potential new distributors.
Surfaces 2019 | January 22-25, 2019 | Las Vegas, Nevada
Surfaces is the largest North American flooring event dedicated to the flooring industry, bringing together buyers and sellers from around the world to see the latest floor covering products, tools, trends, services, and technologies. Surfaces allows architects, consultants, contractors, and other professionals to come together, learn and source products.
56th Annual FHEA Trade Show | October 8 & 9, 2018 | Orlando, FL
The 56th annual FHEA Trade Show & 34th annual AHCA seminar took place October 8th & 9th at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando. The first meeting was made up of a small gathering of 50 dedicated inspectors, designers, contractors, and facility engineers who came together to help each other design and build better health care environments. Today this conference has grown to over 1,000 participants, with over 300 vendors, and attracts nationally and internationally known presenters speaking to the very latest trends in healthcare. Yorkshore was awarded “Most Creative Booth” at this years trade show, with a carnival theme and a custom interlocking rubber floor from Dinoflex.
Sarah’s Sporting Clays Against Cancer | October 5, 2018 | Sumterville, FL
The fifth annual Sarah’s Sporting Clays Against Cancer took place October 5th at Blackjack Sporting Clays in Sumterville, Florida. Sarah’s Sporting Clays Against Cancer was created as a unique event to raise funds for pediatric oncology at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. In 2002, when 16-year-old Sarah Szafranski realized she was losing her three-year battle with cancer, she resolved to make a permanent contribution to the fight against pediatric cancer. She decided to create a self-sustaining endowment fund for research on pediatric cancer and since then her father Bob has helped grow the Sarah Szafranski Endowment Fund to over $1 million. Sarah was a patient at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer throughout her fight and wanted to leave a legacy of help for future pediatric cancer patients.