IAPAA Expo returns to Central Florida after hiatus due to COVID-19 pandemic
ORLANDO, Fla. — If you’re looking to buy a roller coaster, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Expo is the place to be. More than 850 attraction companies from around the world will fill booths at the IAAPA Expo this week to make money on fun. It’s not just a show that’s about seeing new things and buying new things,” said Susie Storey, IAAPA Global Communications director. “It’s also about coming back together, in a really unique industry that’s a really neat community.”READ: Facebook jail: What is it? How to fight backThere will be announcements made about major new attractions throughout the week, some of which could end up in Central Florida.wftv.com
IAAPA cancels 2020 expo in Orlando as travel restrictions limit attendance
ORLANDO, Fla. The global association for the attractions industry has canceled its 2020 expo set to take place in Orlando and will move sessions online. The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions or IAAPA is the leading global conference and trade show for the attractions industry. Attendees can take part in many of the education sessions originally planned to take place at IAAPA Expo. IAAPA Expo serves as the global marketplace for the attractions industry. While we are disappointed we are unable to meet in-person this year, we are already looking ahead to IAAPA Expo 2021 in Orlando, McEvoy continued, We also appreciate the patience, support and commitment from our dedicated IAAPA Expo exhibitors.