Following the official word that the New York International Auto Show and the Geeks OUT Flame Con for 2020 had been cancelled, comes the statement from the media organizers of the wonderful Architectural Digest Design Show announcing its cancellation for the year as well. Read on.
STATEMENT FROM THE ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST DESIGN SHOW REGARDING 2020 SHOW:
After careful consideration, we have decided to cancel the Architectural Digest Design Show 2020. The Show Management and Condé Nast feel this is the most prudent course of action as we all learn how to best navigate the coming months in the safest manner possible. Our top priority is the health of our exhibitors, attendees, and staff, as well as to provide the most beneficial show possible for all.
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Piercing Ken Thoughts: Though the Coronavirus Pandemic is not as bad as it was some weeks ago, I am not surprised to find this event cancelled since its massive and brings in thousands and thousands of attendees. At this point its still better to be safe than sorry and while I was really looking forward to attending, the circumstances have found it to be impossible. There is a part of me that feels no large-scale event will be happening this year and that is going to suck but its better than getting a deadly virus. Stay healthy out there my readers, I will keep doing these posts to keep you engaged and entertained in a very precarious time. See you again soon.