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PBIBS20: Rescheduled Palm Beach show ‘postponed’ again

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Informa, producers of the Palm Beach International Boat Show, announced this afternoon that the show has been postponed “until further notice”.

Originally scheduled for March 26-29, the show had been rescheduled for May 14-17.

“We continue to assess the situation and will provide a detailed update on the show’s status by April 17,” stated Andrew Doole, president of Informa US Boat Shows, in a press release today.

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