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International Pizza Expo and Artisan Bakery Expo postponed to June 2021

By Canadian Pizza   

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Las Vegas – In light of the continuing impact surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, including current government restrictions and limitations on large gatherings and travel restrictions, the International Pizza Expo and International Artisan Bakery Expo team has made the decision to postpone the March 2021 events. Originally scheduled to take place March 16-18, 2021, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the new dates for the two events are June 22-24, 2021.

The date change reflects a proactive decision by the event organizers to provide participating brands and companies the time to effectively plan their participation during these challenging times, organizers said in a statement.

“Our communities are incredibly eager to come together again in person. After consulting with key long-standing exhibitors and attendees, we made the decision to secure dates in June in order to ensure maximum success for the event for all of our customers,” said Bill Oakley, group show director. “We feel the additional time will allow both exhibitors and attendees of Int’l Pizza Expo and Int’l Artisan Bakery Expo more time to make plans for live participation in Las Vegas.”

Our mission is providing networking and educational opportunities for independent pizzerias and their suppliers. This priority is the driving force behind our commitment to produce a June show that meets the expectations of our community. We are focused on continuing to serve our industry, creating ways to connect and working closely with our communities, to provide the necessary support and information to prepare them for successful June 2021 shows.

We appreciate your ongoing loyalty to Int’l Pizza Expo and Int’l Artisan Bakery Expo and thank you in advance for your understanding. The information on our website will be promptly updated and further announcements about the event will be posted in due course.

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