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Morning Show Boot Camp Moves to Sept. 24-25 in Chicago


Morning Show Boot Camp 32
Morning Show Boot Camp 32

Joining an ongoing list event rescheduling, Morning Show Boot Camp, is moving back its annual summer event to September 24 & 25 at the classic Swissotel in Chicago. The show was previously scheduled for August 6-7 and is moving due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

MSBC Host Don Anthony commented, "After much thought, countless conversations and constant concern for the safety, well being and challenges faced by our attendees and sponsors during the COVID-19 crisis, we've decided to reschedule Morning Show Boot Camp 32 to Sept. 24 & 25 at the Swissotel in Chicago. By moving back to September, roughly a month and half later, gives all of us some extra breathing room for things to inch closer back to normal."

Anthony added that given the economic impact the Pandemic has had on our industry, new rates and a timely Job Fair would be added to help those attending. "We're not forgetting those in our industry who jobs were impacted by this crisis. For this purpose, we're creating a special ‘Job Fair' that will offer those affected the opportunity of getting one-on-one advice, counsel and possible job-leads from top executives, programmers and experts," said Anthony.

"We also haven't forgotten the economic challenges now faced by most everyone in our industry. As such, we're discounting our regular registration by $100 and made sure that our special hotel conference rate from August was locked in place for September. Thank you again for your input, support and patience in us making this decision. We look forward to seeing you again soon," he added.

Anthony says that MSBC will continue to keep a close eye on COVID-19 and how local policies may evolve over the next several weeks.

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