Venue Safe: COVID-19 Response

The National Farm Machinery Show is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our clients, attendees, exhibitors, employees, and partners in the community. We continue to monitor the developments of all infectious diseases via the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

As a state facility, the Kentucky Exposition Center is required to comply with state mandates. As of July 2021, a policy issued by the Commonwealth of Kentucky for state-owned buildings requires that:

  • Visitors are required to wear face-coverings indoors at the Kentucky Exposition Center.
  • Signage is in place reminding visitors to wear masks. Kentucky Venues personnel will not be determining the vaccination status of any guest.
  • Employees must wear either a personal or employer-provided face covering while in the Kentucky Exposition Center, which is an Executive Branch building, or state vehicle with other passengers.

To read more about our cleaning disinfecting process, GBAC accreditation or training & safety requirements, click here.

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