The 2021 National Religious Broadcasters convention will be postponed after all.
Planners of NRB 2021 had been optimistic that they could have a physical event in March in Grapevine, Texas, and had reconfirmed that intention to Radio World in late November.
But today CEO Troy Miller wrote in an email to potential attendees that “our team came to the conclusion that while we could host an in-person event safely in March, many of you would be limited in your plans to attend or hold meetings during the event.”
NRB has moved the event to June 21 to 24.
“These additional three months will enable more opportunities to network and fellowship without as many of the current restrictions and limitations. With the additional time, increased effectiveness of treatments and widespread availability of COVID-19 vaccines, June will be much closer to a full return to normal,” he wrote.
Any hotel reservations at the Gaylord Texan will automatically be updated.