I regret to inform everyone that we have canceled the 2020 St. Louis International Cartridge Show.
We have an act of god, states of emergencies at every level of government, and a local government mandate of no meetings over 250 people. All of this together make it illegal to hold the meeting and impossible to safely do it given our average demographics.
I have been in contact with the hotel and plan on talking to them to see if it makes sense to reschedule it later this year. If not then hopefully everything will be great and back to normal by next year!
I will think through the logistics on applying payments to a rescheduled or future show or other options that may work and will follow up with a future message soon￼￼.
Thanks very much for all the support from everyone and we will make sure to continue to keep SLICS strong for years to come!
The St. Louis International Cartridge Show (SLICS) began in 2000 after moving from Chicago where it was known as the Chicagoland Show. This centrally-located show has been the largest and most attended show for cartridge collectors for over 40 years. In addition to collectors, the show is well-attended by those in the forensics industry as well as other government agencies across the world.
For many people this is the only show they attend each year and many take days just to travel to this show from around the country and world. It is the premier event that everyone recommends and sets on their schedule for the week leading up to Easter every year.
For two decades this show has been successfully led by Mel Carpenter followed by Vic Engel. Welcome to the next chapter of the St. Louis International Cartridge Show. The torch has now been passed to Aaron Newcomer who will continue to promote and lead this show into the future. Aaron has ran the twice-yearly Ohio Cartridge Show for years and is on the board of directors of the IAA. He also contributes to each Journal with his Pinfire Page.
Everything you love about this show will stay the same and some new exciting features may be added over the coming years. Stay tuned for more information and follow us at Facebook.com/CartridgeShow
For questions or comments you can contact Aaron at: