Last year, we saw countless events getting canceled or postponed due to the pandemic. With mass gatherings temporarily being banned, physical car shows and other motoring-related events were a no-go back in 2020.
That's all about to change this 2021 as the annual car show is ready to make a comeback. From May 20 – 23, 2021, the 29th Trans Sport Show will take place once more at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.
With the pandemic still present, the 2021 Trans Sport Show will feature some changes to adhere to the new normal. To ensure both showgoers and exhibitors remain safe during the show. Tradeshow International Inc., the organizer behind Trans Sport Show, has laid out three floor plans.
Based on the plans they have submitted to the Pasay City LGU, the booths will be spaced out from one another to maintain physical distancing between other exhibitors. Also, all floor plans will only utilize 30 – 45 % of the venue itself. The final layouts have yet to be approved by the Pasay City LGU.
Besides having a different floor plan this year, Tradeshow International will also release health and safety guidelines. It will cover various protocols that visitors, show staff, and exhibitors will need to follow. These include physical distancing guidelines, health monitoring, and hygiene, cleaning and disinfecting practices, contact tracing registration, crisis management, visitor traffic flow, online ticket purchasing, as well as ingress/egress layouts.
Those interested in joining the 29th Trans Sport Show to display their car can already make a reservation by clicking on this link. Moreover, those that plan to have a display during the show must reserve their preferred locations in all three floor plans. This is to make sure that whatever floor plan gets approved, those that made reservations will have a booth come this May.
The pandemic may still be around, but Tradeshow International wants to show that car shows can still happen during these uncertain times. More importantly, this year's Trans Sport Show could pave the way for how future motor shows will happen in the country.