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Land ‘N’ Sea Distributing said that its Marine & RV Dealer Trade Shows set for Las Vegas and Ohio will go forward as virtual events.

“After careful consideration and deliberation, we have decided to cancel the physical Land ‘N’ Sea Dealer Shows in Las Vegas and Ohio due to the continued resurgence of Covid‐19 and rising effects of the various emerging variants. Our number one priority remains the health and well‐being of our attendees, exhibitors and employees,” the company said in a statement.

The live virtual event in Las Vegas is set for Oct. 14‐16, with the Ohio show set for Nov. 4‐5.

For dealers already registered for the events, Land ‘N’ Sea said registrations will automatically be transferred to the virtual events.

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