TEA postpones Summit, Thea Awards and SATE Europe as coronavirus continues to spread
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
Xercise4Less
Competitive
Newcastle-under-Lyme, UK
Madame Tussauds
Competitive
New York, NY, USA
Legoland Discovery Centre
Competitive
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Legoland
Competitive
Winter Haven, FL, USA
Inns of Aurora
Competitive
Ledyard, NY, USA

TEA postpones Summit, Thea Awards and SATE Europe as coronavirus continues to spread

Job opportunities
Legoland
Competitive
location: Winter Haven, FL, USA
more jobs
TEA leadership is in discussions to determine how best to serve our members and fulfill our mission in the coming months. We look forward to a time of recovery in the near future
Jennie Nevin, COO of The TEA

The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) has announced that it will postpone its upcoming TEA Summit and THEA Awards Gala, as well as the SATE Europe conference in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

The TEA Summit – originally meant to take place at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California between 16-18 April 2020 – has been rescheduled for 9-11 July 2020.

"This date change was made in the best interest of TEA members, event participants, and our industry. Around the world, our communities, lives and businesses are being disrupted. All are facing health concerns, financial setbacks, travel bans, venue closures and general uncertainty," said TEA COO Jennie Nevin.

"TEA leadership is in discussions to determine how best to serve our members and fulfil our mission in the coming months. We look forward to a time of recovery in the near future."

SATE Europe, originally meant to take place in May this year at PortAventura in Spain, has been rescheduled for May 2021, with official dates to be confirmed closer to the time.

"The TEA extends heartfelt thanks to all those involved in creating and supporting the TEA SATE Europe Conference - organisers, sponsors, speakers, delegates, volunteers, staff and the host venue, Port Aventura. Your hard work and dedication benefit the TEA community and the industry at large," said Nevin.

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Related news

IAAPA 2019: TEA reveals 26th annual recipients of prestigious Thea Awards

20 Nov 2019
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) has announced the winners of its annual Thea awards, with ...
Michael Mercadente became TEA president in November 2018

TEA president Michael Mercadante says new markets are key to driving global growth

02 May 2019
Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) president Michael Mercadante plans to drive the organisation's growth in new ...
Shanghai is the venue for SATE Asia 2019 / Shutterstock

Shanghai to host SATE Asia conference in June

29 Apr 2019
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) is to hold its Asia Pacific Division conference in Shanghai, ...
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) has announced that it will postpone its upcoming TEA Summit and Thea Awards Gala, as well as the SATE Europe conference in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The TEA Summit – originally meant to take place at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California between 16-18 April 2020 – has been rescheduled for 9-11 July 2020. "This date change was made in the best interest
TAW,VAT
The THEA Awards have been postponed until July 2020 / TEA

More News

1 - 15 of 42,626
09 Apr 2020
Yale University has launched an online happiness course to help people cope with self-isolation and focus on their mental health. Named “The Science of Well-Being”, ... More
09 Apr 2020
A new digital hub has been set up to help individuals and businesses in the physical activity sector deal with the effects of the coronavirus ... More
09 Apr 2020
With no cure for the coronavirus, there is much debate in the wellness industry about interventions which can support those with the virus and strengthen ... More
08 Apr 2020
Fitness technology business, Myzone is reporting strong takeup for its new Global MEP Challenge. Live throughout April 2020, the Global MEP Challenge has been designed ... More
08 Apr 2020
Thousands of UK leisure and fitness facilities could close permanently, as operators struggle to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown. According to industry ... More
08 Apr 2020
Martin Long, CEO of DW Fitness First, has called on the government to speed up the payment of furlough support. Long told the BBC that ... More
EMD UK
EMD UK
08 Apr 2020
Duncan Bannatyne, CEO of Bannatyne Group, which runs spas, health clubs and hotels, says the coronavirus shutdown could cost the company £30m. Speaking to Sky ... More
06 Apr 2020
The attractions industry has lost one of its personalities with the passing of Lord Bath, the owner of Longleat Safari Park in the UK, who ... More
06 Apr 2020
London Transport Museum’s doors may be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the collection is now open to virtual visitors online. For families who ... More
06 Apr 2020
Technogym has announced a new initiative designed to find the stars of the future. The company is inviting world-class personal trainers to apply for a ... More
06 Apr 2020
A number of US gym operators are facing lawsuits over their handling of membership fee collections during the coronavirus lockdown. Town Sports International, 24 Hour ... More
06 Apr 2020
1Rebel, the London-based boutique studio operator, has announced a new initiative to help support its freelance instructors through the current period of COVID-19 uncertainty. Speaking ... More
MyZone
MyZone
06 Apr 2020
Precor has developed a set of resources for gym operators, designed to keep members engaged throughout the lockdown periods caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Resources ... More
03 Apr 2020
One of the factors that has made the coronavirus outbreak so severe across the globe is that some of those infected do not show any ... More
02 Apr 2020
Mindfulness app provider, Headspace, is making a bid to support US-based healthcare professionals curb anxiety and stress during the coronavirus shutdown. The brand is offering ... More
STA
STA
1 - 15 of 42,626
Active IQ
Active IQ