BREAKING NEWS: NMMA cancels saltwater fishing expo set for coming weekend

Author:
Updated:
Original:
images

The National Marine Manufacturers Association has canceled this coming weekend’s Saltwater Fishing Expo in Edison, N.J., set to take place March 13-15. The decision was made considering new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“While the decision to cancel the show didn’t come easy, the health and well-being of all those involved in our shows remains our top priority,” said Jennifer Thompson, NMMA senior vice president of boat and sport shows. “We have been in communication with our exhibitors and partners and thank them for their understanding during this difficult situation.”

At this time, the NMMA is moving forward with the Northwest Sportshow in Minneapolis, Minn., on April 2-5.

“With the event in Minneapolis still a few weeks away … we believe it is too early to make any scheduling changes. We will continue to closely monitor the situation, follow guidance from federal, state and local agencies and immediately alert all stakeholders should the situation change,” said Thompson in a statement. 

Related

Executive Appointments at Numarine

The Turkish builder names head of international sales and assigns a domestic sales manager.

Click&Boat Accelerates Global Growth

A significant investment from private equity firm Permira is supported by a partnership with Boats Group.

Workforce Solutions Amendment Approved in Mass.

The Bay State’s 2022 budget includes $150,000 in workforce-development funding to support the efforts of the Massachusetts Marine Trades Association.

Palm Beach Readies Revamped Marina

The South Florida town is nearing completion of a $40 million renovation of its public marina.

The Reopening Continues

The widespread reopening continues.

Management in Uncertain Times

Reinforcing and following your vision.

Using Data to its Fullest Extent

Today’s marketing is more data-driven science than art.

Approaching Carbon Neutrality

Correct Craft aims for carbon neutrality by 2025.