BREAKING: NRA Carry Guard Expo in Richmond CANCELLED Ahead of Hurricane Florence

NRA Carry Guard Expo in Richmond CANCELLED Ahead of Hurricane Florence
NRA Carry Guard Expo in Richmond CANCELLED Ahead of Hurricane Florence

RICHMOND, Va. – The National Rifle Association has cancelled the second annual NRA Carry Guard Expo, which was scheduled for Sept. 14-16, 2018 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Virginia, due to the impending threat of severe weather associated with Hurricane Florence.

The cancellation was made in the interest of public safety due to the forecasted arrival of Category 4 Hurricane Florence in the mid-Atlantic region this forthcoming weekend, and the resulting declaration of a State of Emergency by the Governor of Virginia. This decision required careful deliberation and concern for the safety of attendees, exhibitors and others involved with the event.

Customers who purchased event tickets or tickets to paid workshops will receive refunds for their purchases.

Despite this major weather event being beyond human control, the NRA regrets any inconvenience caused by this decision. We look forward to welcoming guests and exhibitors next year to the 2019 NRA Carry Guard Expo, scheduled for Sept. 6-8, 2019, in Fort Worth, Texas.


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According to the Weather Channel, Richmond will get rain, but no strong winds. Sorry the event has been cancelled.

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I’ve been through numerous large coastal storms in Virginia, and it would not be remotely safe to take the risk.