Tile Council of North America to co-host inaugural Flooring Sustainability Summit in Washington, DC, on July 17-18, with National Wood Flooring Assn., Natural Stone Institute, North American Laminate Flooring Assn.

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CLEMSON, South Carolina , February 1, 2024 (press release) –

Tile Council of North America is a proud co-host of the inaugural Flooring Sustainability Summit along with co-hosting partners Natural Stone Institute, National Wood Flooring Association, and North American Laminate Flooring Association. The transformative event is set to take place July 17-18 in Washington, D.C. The summit aims to bring together policy makers, advocacy groups, standards organizations, manufacturers, distributors, construction professionals, architects, designers, and procurement officers. Attendees can participate in dynamic panel discussions, networking sessions, and working groups that will provide valuable learning opportunities and foster direct lines of communication with key sustainability decision makers.

“The summit provides the information attendees need to make educated business decisions and help their organizations enter the next chapter of sustainability. These insightful discussions among various stakeholders are a big step towards shaping the future of flooring,” stated TCNA Deputy Executive Director and Flooring Sustainability Summit Chairman Bill Griese.

Registration is now open. Early registrants will secure a reduced rate, so now is the opportunity to confirm your spot at the forefront of this first-of-its-kind event. Registration information can be found at www.flooringsummit.com.

Individuals that want to stay informed with the latest event information can sign up for the Flooring Sustainability Summit Newsletter at www.flooringsummit.com. Subscribers will receive the latest updates on speaker announcements, session content, and exclusive event information.

Additional event information and key event discussion topics can be found in the latest Flooring Sustainability Summit press release at https://flooringsummit.com/media/.

About Tile Council of North America (TCNA)

TCNA is a trade association representing manufacturers of ceramic tile, tile installation materials, tile equipment, raw materials and other tile-related products. Established in 1945 as the Tile Council of America (TCA), it became the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) in 2005, reflecting its membership expansion to all of North America.

The Tile Council is recognized for its leadership role in facilitating the development of North American and international industry quality standards to benefit tile consumers. Additionally, TCNA regularly conducts independent research and product testing, works with regulatory, trade, and other government agencies, and publishes installation guidelines, tile standards, economic reports, and promotional literature.


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