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February 26, 2020
IAAPA update regarding coronavirus

The health and safety of our members is IAAPA’s top priority. Since early January, IAAPA has been actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that originated in China. We are working with our regional offices to receive timely updates and help provide support to members located in the region, and following the daily updates and recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO).

IAAPA continues to monitor the situation closely and provide updates here. This page also includes links to the resources from WHO and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, and complimentary IAAPA member resources, including the IAAPA Security Advisory Program.

At this time, we are moving forward with the Meet IAAPA Event March 3 in Niagra Falls and IAAPA Leadership Summit March 11-13 in Los Angeles as scheduled, and we continue to closely monitor coronavirus-related developments and will let you know if plans change. You can also check the IAAPA Events for updates.

IAAPA members in need of immediate assistance should contact  John Hallenbeck or Robert Baldwin directly.

IAAPA North America

John Hallenbeck, Vice President, IAAPA North American Operations

Welcome to IAAPA North America. Our team is here to serve IAAPA North American members by creating valuable connections and hosting engagement opportunities throughout the year, bringing together fellow attractions industry colleagues. We invite you to learn more about all IAAPA North America has to offer by exploring our website or contacting us. There are many ways to engage with IAAPA and the attractions industry such as sharing your expertise by volunteering on one of our many Committees, speaking at an IAAPA event, and continuing to learn by attending a networking event or online Webinar. Please do not hesitate to contact me or my team any time.

- John Hallenbeck Vice President and Executive Director, IAAPA North America

IAAPA North America
4155 West Taft Vineland Road Orlando, FL 32837
+1 321/319-7688
Ask Us About Committees
The IAAPA North America Advisory Committee is made of members in the United States and Canada. Volunteering on a committee can help shape the future of IAAPA and the industry.

Notes from IAAPA North America

Notes Fall Networking Events Just Announced Two Meet IAAPA Events Just Added to the events calendar.
Notes Meet IAAPA – Six Flags Over Texas IAAPA partnered with Six Flags Over Texas to host our most recent Meet IAAPA Event.
Notes A Gold Star in Safety Safety is the number one priority of the global attractions industry, and it’s important that amusement facilities not only meet, but exceed safety standards.
John Hallenbeck, Vice President, IAAPA North American Operations

John Hallenbeck

VP and Executive Director, IAAPA North America
+1 321-319-7649
Robert Baldwin, North American Membership Engagement Representative

Robert Baldwin

IAAPA North America Membership Engagement Representative
+1 321-319-7671
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Alyse Sklover

Manager, Constituency Services and Programs
+1 321-319-7661
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Ashley Cooper

IAAPA North America Administrator
+1 321-319-7657