SOMERSET, Penn.– The Fly Fishing Program, idle for more than a year due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, will be back in 2022 with a cornucopia of brand-new rods, reels, clothing, fly connecting and casting presentations, workshops and holiday locations at 6 locations, revealed Ben Furimsky, President and CEO.
Fly Fishing Reveals will start in Marlborough, Mass., in Jan. and conclude at Lancaster, Penn., in March, with weekend drops in Edison, NJ; Atlanta, Denver, and Pleasanton, Calif.
Fly Fishing Program ® dates, areas, and exhibit centers for 2022 are:
Marlborough, Mass.– Jan. 21, 22 and 23, Royal Plaza Trade Center;
Edison, NJ– Jan. 28, 29 and 30, New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center;
Atlanta– Feb. 4 and 5, Infinite Energy Center, Duluth;
Denver– Feb. 11, 12 and 13, Denver Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center;
Pleasanton, Calif.– Feb. 25, 26 and 27, Alameda County Fairgrounds; and
Lancaster, Penn.– March 5 and 6, Lancaster County Convention Center.
The Denver Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center, a Marriott Hotels residential or commercial property, stands at the edge of the Front Variety in Aurora and includes more than 500,000 square feet of conference and show area, 1,387 visitor spaces, mountain views, 5 dining establishments, bars, medspa, water park, and gym. Business and holiday complex is near Denver International Airport with shuttle bus services.
” Fly Fishing Program participants will be approved unique lowered space rates,” stated Furimsky, motivating both visitors and exhibitors “to bring households previously, throughout and after the occasion on a well-deserved midwinter holiday.”
Relocating To the Denver Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center enables the Fly Fishing Program to broaden to bigger, modern-day centers with the possible to grow greatly.
In Georgia, the Atlanta Fly Fishing Program will remain in a newly-constructed exhibition hall with the capability to broaden to a bigger program flooring.” Missing out on the ’21 program might have been a favorable here, permitting us to evade some building and construction,” stated Furimsky.
The Atlanta website in Duluth and Lancaster both got GBAC performance-based accreditation program scores that assists centers show that they have the work practices, treatments and procedures to prepare, react, and recuperate from break outs and pandemics. It is the market’s only break out avoidance, reaction, and healing accreditation. Simultaneously, the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison was offered an overall HEATING AND COOLING cleansing of health center grade quality with updated filtering.
The Seattle-area program in Lynnwood was required to cancel due to a center scheduling dispute. “We are currently in initial website conversations and wish to return in 2023,” he stated.
Previous and possible Fly Fishing Program exhibitors looking for applications for agreements or to be put on a waiting list for cubicle area at any or all 6 areas might get in touch with program management at http://flyfishingshow.com/exhibitor-info; e-mail [email protected] or phone (814) 443-3638.