Thursday, March 19, 2020

Mazda Postpones Key Centennial Anniversary Event Due to COVID-19


Mazda has opted to postpone its Open Day 2020 event in light of the COVID-19 outbreak that’s affecting the world.

Part of its 100th Anniversary celebration, the Open Day 2020 was originally scheduled from May 22 to 24, 2020. Unfortunately, given the continuous rise of COVID-19 cases globally, the carmaker has opted to postpone it to this autumn at the earliest.

In a statement, Mazda says that it’s postponing the event in consideration of everyone’s safety and peace of mind of customers, and all visitors.

This year’s Open Day is the fifth time that Mazda would be holding the event, and only the second that allows people outside Hiroshima to visit the company’s offices and facilities. Last year, it attracted more than 8,000 visitors.

Mazda will issue a separate announcement as to the new dates of the Open Day 2020.

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