IEHA Announces The 2023 Housekeeping Olympics

The Indoor Environmental Healthcare and Hospitality Association (IEHA), a division of ISSA, has announced the 2023 IEHA Housekeeping Olympics will take place on November 13 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, in Las Vegas. The 33rd annual event is a celebration of skill, teamwork, and dedication bringing together cleaning professionals from across the globe to compete for the prestigious grand prize trophy.

For the first time ever, this event will welcome international teams to compete alongside teams from various cleaning industry sectors, including healthcare, hospitality, residential, and others. This addition to the competition will showcase the diversity and expertise of cleaning professionals worldwide, highlighting the global impact of excellence in the cleaning industry.

This year, the IEHA Housekeeping Olympics are being held in conjunction with the ISSA Show North America, which takes place November 13—16, also at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Visit for a discounted IEHA Red Carpet Pass. Registration for the full suite of IEHA educational opportunities is available at

According to IEHA Executive Director Michael Patterson, “The Housekeeping Olympics are an incredible opportunity for cleaning professionals to come together and showcase their expertise in a spirited and engaging competition. This event highlights the importance of excellence in the cleaning industry, and recognizes the hard work and dedication of the participants.”

The event provides a unique opportunity for companies and individuals to showcase their expertise, demonstrate their commitment to excellence, and engage in competition that tests their skills in various cleaning-related challenges. Participants will have the chance to represent their organizations and vie for the ultimate recognition as they compete in a series of events.

To enter the competition, companies are encouraged to assemble a team of three or more individuals who will demonstrate their mastery in a variety of cleaning tasks. Whether it’s precision bed-making, a mop relay, or a rapid vacuum race, the Housekeeping Olympics offers a platform to display the best practices, techniques, and innovations in the field.

Team registration for the 2023 IEHA Housekeeping Olympics is now open, and interested teams are encouraged to sign up before Oct. 31, 2023, to secure their spot to compete against teams from The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas®, Bellagio® Hotel, and many more.

Event sponsorship packages are also available, allowing businesses to align their brand with this competition and reach a highly targeted audience of cleaning professionals from around the world. By becoming a sponsor, companies can demonstrate their commitment to excellence, elevate their brand visibility, and connect with key decision makers.

“We extend our gratitude to our valued sponsors for their unwavering support,” Patterson said. “Their sponsorship enables us to create a memorable event and provide a platform for professionals to demonstrate their skills. We are thrilled to collaborate with these industry leaders and showcase their commitment to excellence.”

To register a team or inquire for sponsorship information, visit the event page.

Pricing is US$499 through August 31, $599 through September 30, and $699 through October 31.

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