While many spring and summer conferences and trade shows are being postponed or canceled, others in the fall and winter are still scheduled as planned, as the International WorkBoat Show indicated this week. The event will be held as scheduled, December 15-17.
“It’s a tough time out there right now. We hear it every day from our customers. We also hear they’re looking forward to when we can get beyond this crisis and bring everyone back together at the show in December and that’s most clear in the exhibitor commitment to the event,” said Denielle Christensen, Event Director. “In the meantime, we are prepared to fully support our network by harnessing the power of the WorkBoat multi-tiered media platform to share breaking industry and customer news. We are highly committed to our customer base and will do whatever we can to help between now and the show.
“We also want to take this opportunity to assure our customers that the WorkBoat Show always has, and will continue to make the health of our visitors, exhibitors, partners and staff our absolute top priority as we continue to make preparations for the 2020 event,” Christensen said.
Registration will open as scheduled on June 6, and show organizers say there are new developments to share, including additions to our WorkBoat Annual Conference.