If you were planning to visit any of the Beretta Holding Group companies at SHOT Show 2022 in Las Vegas, you are going to be disappointed. With the announcement included below, Beretta U.S.A., Benelli U.S.A, Burris, and Steiner Optics announces an “immediate suspension of participation of their employees in large-scale indoor gatherings“, due to concerns about the increased amount of COVID-19 cases.
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Please find the press release from Beretta with detailed information:
Beretta Holding Group Companies Temporarily Halt Participation In Large-Scale Indoor Events
Due to the sudden and dramatic increase of COVID-19 infections during the past 2 weeks, including many breakthrough cases, the Beretta Holding Group companies in the U.S.A. (Beretta U.S.A., Benelli U.S.A, Burris, and Steiner eOptics) have announced the immediate suspension of participation of their employees in large-scale indoor gatherings. This decision was made because of near-term staffing challenges and concerns about the ability to prevent contagion in enclosed, crowded spaces.
Regrettably, this means that the companies will not be present in their booths this month at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) SHOT Show in Las Vegas. The Beretta Holding Group companies in the U.S.A. confirm their full and continued support for NSSF’s mission and have already pledged their exhibit renewal for the 2023 SHOT Show.
The Companies will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation as it evolves and will reassess their decision as appropriate later in the year.
For additional information, visit www.Beretta.com.