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Continental Buying Group Announces 2021 Live Event in Las Vegas

CBG is to resume its annual show schedule and in-person interactions.

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Continental Buying Group Announces 2021 Live Event in Las Vegas

(PRESS RELEASE) On the heels of that success, CBG will host its annual Live Event in Las Vegas in June 2021.

“Andie and I look forward to welcoming everyone to Caesars Palace on June 1st through June 3rd for our first live event in over a year. We are looking forward to bringing our CBG family members together in Las Vegas for this fantastic event.” said Joe Murphy, COO of CBG

CBG is to resume its annual show schedule and in- person interactions.

In consideration of everyone’s health and safety, we have carefully put safety procedures and protocols in place. We are taking every precaution to protect you and your team while you are attending the CBG Show. During the show you can expect:

  • Continuous and thorough cleaning of all surfaces, spaces and equipment, around the clock.
  • Masks and other appropriate PPE for every person attending and working on the premises.
  • Daily screenings of every person for symptoms.
  • Social distancing practices enforced in public areas.

Event features include retailer breakfast and lunch served every day as well as a lovely “safe” cocktail event for all attendees.

If you would like more information regarding the upcoming show or to be considered as a guest,  contact [email protected].

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