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NEAAPA Installs New Officers During 108th Anniversary Virtual Annual Meeting
NEAAPA - The Northeast’s Entertainment Association installed its new slate of officers during its 108th anniversary annual meeting – held virtually – on Tuesday, March 23.
Outgoing President Eric Anderson, Quassy Amusement & Waterpark, Middlebury, Conn., addressed the 57 participants with remarks regarding NEAAPA’s stability and ongoing work during the COVID crisis, which brought much of the industry to a halt in 2020.
He also acknowledged the hard work done by the NEAAPA Board of Directors during his two-year tenure in not only addressing issues facing the association and its member businesses, but also for working with parks and attractions in neighboring New York State in efforts to get them reopened during the health crisis.
In handing the gavel over, Anderson then introduced NEAAPA’s 57th President Dave Oberlander of Centerplate, Stamford, Conn.
As parks and attractions reopen in 2021, you may be presented with challenges and hurdles due to the extended periods of closure unlike anything our industry has experienced in modern times.
The newly published Pre-opening Extended Checks for Rides and Attractions white paper is by design intended to provide inspiration and suggested guidance to help enable a safe and efficient transitional process from COVID-19 closures to successful and safe re-opening of your rides and attractions.
As the global attractions industry works through the global COVID-19 crisis together, IAAPA remains committed to providing resources and information to assist members. The IAAPA Resource Page is updated daily with the latest tools and resources from around the world. Members in need of immediate assistance should contact their Regional Office or email IAAPA.