The American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) was to take place in Columibia from January 21st to 23rd. The Expo has now been cancelled.
The fair should first only be reduced in size
Originally the AIMExpo was open to everyone interested in motorcycles. Because of the Corona problem, the organizers had already announced at the beginning of the year that the 2021 fair would be open only to exhibitors and dealers. The intention was to avoid a too large crowd and to provide more security with regard to the risk of infection.
As the organizers of the motorcycle fair have now announced, the fair will be cancelled for 2021:
“We have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2021 AIMExpo, the industry’s annual trade show, and while this wasn’t an easy choice it is certainly the right one.
With local directives limiting gathering size, travel restrictions, and a myriad of other obstacles created by the pandemic, there are too many unknown factors limiting our ability to create a safe environment that will also deliver the experience and ROI our exhibitors and attendees expect. We do not want to deliver a show that doesn’t live up to their high standards. Also impacting our decision to postpone are the dealers working to rebuild their businesses after suffering devastating damage from fires, hurricanes, and floods that have hit both the East and West Coasts.“
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