ICAS announced this week that The Air Show Network has signed on as the first-ever "Presenting Sponsor" of the ICAS Convention, December 6-9 at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.
"The Air Show Network has been a pioneer in the evolution of the industry and leader in the air show business for more than 35 years," said ICAS President John Cudahy. "The 2021 ICAS Convention will be an important step in the air show business's 2022 comeback. And we greatly appreciate the support that the Air Show Network is providing to help make the event even more successful and memorable."
A professional services and production organization that has been spearheading and promoting the air show industry for more than three decades, the Air Show Network provides a range of services from full event production, concessions, merchandise, premium seating, public relations, social media, sponsorships, and advertising to North American air shows in the U.S. and Canadian.
"Now is a critical time in the redevelopment of air shows," said Jim Breen, President of the Air Show Network. "Our team is proud to support ICAS and be a part of the re-birth of our industry. While COVID has been a challenge for everyone, this season we have witnessed an incredible comeback with events. We're glad to be back to business and look forward to reuniting with everyone in Vegas!"
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