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Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association Set to Kick Off National Conference in Dallas, TX

DALLAS, TX – April 10, 2017 – The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association, (PRSM), the authority on retail, multi-site facilities management is set to kick off PRSM2017 National Conference, Tuesday, April 18, at the  Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, TX. PRSM2017 will provide retail facilities executives from across North America three jam-packed days of unparalleled opportunities to hear from industry leaders, learn about hot new trends in retail facilities management and share best practices.

Richard Rawlings, founder of Gas Monkey Garage, which is featured on the wildly popular Fast N’ Loud on the Discovery Channel, will be the keynote speaker at Wednesday’s opening session. Rawlings’ power-packed message launches three action packed days that provide retail facilities leaders the latest in industry information, unique tools to solve problems, opportunities to meet and network with retail industry leaders and suppliers from across North America, and the inspiration to tackle any obstacle.

The conference includes more than 30 educational sessions that range from an up-close sustainability tour of AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, advanced sessions on energy efficiency, active shooter management, and a session on how facilities pros are using mobile apps to boost productivity.

“PRSM2017 is the premier conference for retail facilities management professionals in North America,” explains Bill Yanek, PRSM’s CEO. “This is the perfect venue for our members to gather and share their real-world experience with each other and participate in world-class educational programs that are not available anywhere else.”

More than 2,000 PRSM members are expected to attend this year’s conference.

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