Spring 2020 High Point Market Postponed: The furniture industry is all in this together

For last 15 years, Zuo has not missed our two weeks of Spring in High Point, and we are saddened that Market has been cancelled. But in this time of uncertainty, we must value our family, friends, and health above all. There will be future markets, more new design introductions, and more people and companies creating exciting new opportunities in furniture. We as a company and part of this great industry will survive. Let’s all practice good hygiene and social responsibility and stop the virus.

Zuo will keep you posted with Alternative technology for viewing our collection soon.

Press Release from High Point Market Authority:

Spring 2020 High Point Market Postponed
Updated: 03/12/2020 6pm ET
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 12, 2020 — The High Point Market Authority has been closely monitoring the ongoing and rapidly-evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, staying in constant contact with local and state public health officials and elected officials. Heeding the public guidance offered by NC Governor Roy Cooper, and in the interest of the health and safety of our stakeholders, industry members, and local citizens, the High Point Market Authority has decided to postpone this year’s Spring Market, scheduled for April 25-29, until a later date in early June, should conditions improve.
“The decision was difficult, as any change in date could have tremendous economic repercussions on our industry and community, as well as the countless small businesses whose livelihoods rely on High Point Market, but underscores our shared concern and well-being of the citizens in our community and our industry partners,” commented Dudley Moore, Jr., chairman of the High Point Market Authority’s board of directors and president of Otto & Moore.
High Point Market has been a staple of the North Carolina economy since 1909. Throughout its long-standing history, cancellation has only occurred once when the 1942 markets were cancelled due to World War II.
“Our board of directors will continue to monitor the situation, and we will remain in communication with the proper medical and elected officials,” commented Tom Conley, president and CEO of the High Point Market Authority. “Our aim is to have a decision in early May as to if Market can occur, given the uncertainties of this rapidly evolving situation.”
For the time being, online registration will be postponed, with the plan to reopen once the new plan has been put in place.