In a letter to its customers, lighting manufacturer Kuzco Group announced that showrooms for its Kuzco and Alora brands will not be open for January’s Lightovation show.
The letter, written by Kuzco Group President Nathan Yang, noted that rising COVID-19 cases nationwide prompted the decision to keep the showroom closed. The body of the letter follows:
This year has proven to be Kuzco’s most challenging year on many fronts, but with your trusted partnership we have had a record-breaking year! Despite all the obstacles in our way, your support and dedication has been overwhelming and we can’t thank you enough for your part in making 2020 a great year.
“We continue to place the utmost importance on the health and safety of our staff and customers. The COVID-19 Pandemic has made us all look at what we can do to keep the ones we hold dear safe. As cases continue to rise across the country to new record highs, and to ensure we are not placing anyone in danger for non-essential reasons, we feel we have no choice but to remain closed for the January 2021 Dallas Market. This was a very difficult decision for us to make as our 2021 introductions are expansive. Regardless, we feel the importance of the health and safety of our valued customers and employees should always take priority.
“We are excited to unveil our product with a virtual catalog launch presentation in the coming weeks. We also plan on doing a virtual showroom tour with extensive video content featuring new collections for our customers to bring the product to you in new and innovative ways! We are beyond excited to show you what our team has been diligently working on. You can stay updated by following us on Social Media.
“Our customers and partners have always been the heart of our company. We are grateful for you and for your ongoing support. Thank you for continuing to do your part to keep yourself and your community healthy. We cannot wait to see you in June.”
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