NRA to Hold 2022 Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Houston

After planning to host its 150th celebration in May 2021 in Houston, high COVID rates in Harris County led to the cancellation of this marquee event.

by posted on October 3, 2021
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It looks like the Lone Star state will get a chance to host the National Rifle Association for its Annual Meetings & Exhibits after all, as the location of the 2022 NRA Show will now be in Houston, Texas over Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, 2022. 
 
The NRA had planned to host its 150th celebration in May 2021 in Houston—the site of NRA’s largest convention on record. The NRA community was disappointed when high COVID rates in Harris County led to the cancellation of this marquee event.
 
The Association anticipates no further changes to the locations of the NRA’s Annual Meetings and Exhibits from 2023 through 2026.

Check back here in the coming months for more information on speakers and special events designed especially for NRA Women at the Houston show.

For more, visit NRA.org.

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