NEW YORK — The Private Label Manufacturers Association has postponed its annual Private Label Trade Show because of concerns about the Delta variant. Now set for January 30 through February 1, the rescheduled show will be held in-person at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Chicago.
The show was originally planned for November 14 through 16. PLMA President Peggy Davies said she was optimistic that there will be significant nationwide progress on vaccinations — including shots available for children — between now and the end of January.
“Beginning in the new year, more companies will return to the office, corporate travel restrictions increasingly will be lifted, and people will become more comfortable gathering in large groups,” Davies said. “And international borders will be reopened, an important factor for the large contingent of national pavilions that attend the Chicago Private Label Trade Show.”