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Will we have Weddings again in 2021?

So many weddings were postponed in 2020. At The Treasury in downtown Pontiac, over 40 weddings were scheduled for 2020, and many of these are just rolling over to post-COVID days. Some people married and will still celebrate with the festivities in the near future.

This could be boom-times for wedding venues next year, as the fears of COVID subside, or hopefully disappear or there is a vaccine, treatments or cure. All hard times end, and like every other time in human history, this will too.

But the good times, sometimes they are just delayed, and when we come out the other side the celebrations will be even sweeter for we know what we might have missed.

I'm long the wedding venue business, the celebration industry next year. Call it pent-up demand, unleashed!

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