Los Angeles, Sep 24, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Following months of careful evaluation of the risks associated with convening a large in-person event during the pandemic, the producers of Ski Dazzle Los Angeles concluded that transitioning the show to a virtual-only event for its 2020 show was the correct course of action, in the best interest of the public, speakers and exhibitors. The new online event Ski Dazzle Show - VIRTUAL will take place on December 5 & 6, 2020.
"Launching Ski Dazzle as a virtual-only experience will provide the public, exhibitors, sponsors and others with a one-of-a-kind opportunity for winter sports enthusiasts," said James Foster, Ski Dazzle Co-Producer. "While circumstances dictate that we must forgo an in-person event this year, we are excited to offer some of the same experiences as the physical event but with a virtual twist."
"Ski Dazzle's virtual event will feature exhibit booths showcasing retailers, services, shopping opportunities and local and national winter resorts," said Judy Gray, Ski Dazzle Co-Producer. "Additionally, ski and snowboard video lessons and pro tips will be available to view as well as live and taped seminars from Ski Dazzle's popular "Fireside Chats" featuring special guests from the World of Snowsports."
Admission tickets for the Ski Dazzle virtual event will be available for purchase online or during the show. The new virtual site will be launched in November 2020.
About Ski Dazzle®
Ski Dazzle® hosts the nation's largest annual consumer ski and snowboard show and sale. The family-friendly event features winter and active sport exhibitors, show specials, season pass and lift ticket packages, audience participation events, contests, prizes, and seminars. Ski Dazzle® is second only to the L.A Auto Show as the longest-running consumer event at the L.A Convention Center, celebrating its 57TH year as the Los Angeles Ski & Snowboard Show® & Sale. For more information, please visit http://www.skidazzle.com.
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