NSSF Delays 2021 SHOT Show Deadlines

The National Shooting Sports Foundation has delayed some deadlines for the 2021 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

NSSF Delays 2021 SHOT Show Deadlines

Deadlines have been extended for the 2021 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

The NSSF said it had been contacted by many show exhibitors with concerns about making the second show payment that is due on April 3. NSSF officials in a statement said it realizes everyone is focused on ensuring the health and well-being of you, your staff, and your families during the coronavirus pandemic. Others have expressed concern about the future of their business.

The NSSF is pushing the deadline for the second payment to June 5. It also will push back space selection/booth changes to the second and third weeks in June, rather than April.

With the virus situation being fluid in the U.S. and abroad, the NSSF said it will continue to monitor and evolve with any decisions and plans for the show.

SHOT Show 2021 is scheduled for Jan. 19-21 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas. The show will expand this year into the new Caesar's Forum exhibition center, which will offer exhibitors on the SHOT Show waiting list a chance to get on the floor.

According to the NSSF, more than 55,000 industry professionals and 2,500 exhibiting companies attended the 2020 SHOT Show. Product display booths covered more than 692,000 net square feet, or nearly 16 acres, of exhibit space. SHOT Show pumps nearly $90 million in non-gaming revenue into the Las Vegas economy.

The SHOT Show is the largest trade show of its kind in the world, attracting attendees from 115 countries in addition to all 50 states. The show credentials 2,400 members of the outdoor and trade media.


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