Formerly NAILM, the Association for Linen Management (ALM) was founded in 1939 by Heywood Wiley to provide a network for the flow of information among its members leading toward their professional development and the advancement of the technologies they employ.

ALM accomplishes this purpose through the exchange of information, recognition and achievement and formal educational activities. ALM is a non-profit professional organization. It is not a union, and has no collective bargaining or lobbying functions. All of the association's elected and appointed officials serve without compensation. ALM has Chapters assigned by geographic location.

About Us

The Georgia Association for Linen Management (ALM) is a non-profit trade association dedicated to the professional development of personnel involved in the textile care industry. Our members are general managers, laundry directors, managers, and technicians providing textile care services. ALM advances the use of textiles in healthcare, hospitality, and correctional facilities through guidance for textile processing, management, and utilization.

2017 Southeastern Education Conference
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