In an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus, the seventh annual event is postponed. Since the decision, the Colorado governor prohibited large gatherings.

March 13, 2020

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NoCo Hemp Expo rescheduled for August in Denver due to coronavirus

Organizers of the Seventh Annual NoCo Hemp Expo have rescheduled the event until August 6-8, but the sites in Denver, Colorado, will not change.

The decision was announced March 9, before Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Friday that he is prohibiting public gatherings of more than 250 people.

Originally scheduled for March 26-28, the trade show will now take place the weekend of August 6-8 in the same locations: the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel and the National Western Complex.

“The decision to shift the timing of this year’s Expo has not been an easy one. The health and safety of all participants remains a top priority. We want to provide attendees, exhibitors, vendors, staff, industry partners, and others involved in the Expo enough time to rework their schedules and plan accordingly for the newly announced August dates," said Morris Beegle, producer of NoCo Hemp Expo. "We're also exploring options for a potential online digital conference in the coming weeks to continue the conversation about hemp. We look forward to creating a robust, powerhouse event in August and appreciate everyone’s support.”

Source: NoCo Hemp Expo

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