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WWA announces that 2020 show will be virtual event

WWA Show virtual 2020

The World Waterpark Association (WWA), has revealed details of its annual show, which will be held online this year.

The World Waterpark Association has announced that the WWA Show will take the form of a virtual event this year. The show will take place online from 6 – 8 October 2020, meaning that water leisure owners, operators and suppliers can join safely from their own homes or offices.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the WWA Show and the digital event will provide the same high-quality content, with educational sessions and networking opportunities.

A virtual show experience

“Cancelling the in-person portion of this year’s show was not what we had hoped for, but like so many of our members, we’ve continued to adapt to challenges as they arise,” says Rick Root, President, World Waterpark Association.

“We’re excited about the opportunities that a virtual show experience offers to our members. This virtual format will allow everyone, regardless of their location, to safely participate in our educational sessions and spend time connecting with each other through our online networking opportunities.”

Registration costs for the WWA40 virtual show start at $249 for park and supplier members. The ticket price includes full access to all events over the course of the show. There are also sponsorship packages available, allowing suppliers to support the event and to connect with attendees.

“Now, more than ever, we need to keep our industry members connected to each other,” says Root. “None of us could have predicted how difficult the 2020 season would be, but we have the opportunity to come together to learn, connect and recharge so we’re ready to tackle what’s ahead in 2021.”

To learn more or to register for WWA40, please click here.

Last year, the WWA Symposium and Trade Show was hosted by Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida and took place from 7 – 10 October.

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