Business NewsEventsNewsPhysicians




The ACP’s 32nd Annual Congress will convene in Nashville at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel Nov. 8-10 with a new special feature on Sunday, Nov. 11.

The exhibit hall will be open nine hours during this Congress, so when you are putting together your conference plan, please include exhibit hall hours so that you don’t miss seeing the latest products and services. On Thursday, Nov. 8, the exhibit hall will be open from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and again from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. On Friday, the exhibit hall will be open only from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; and on Saturday, it will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The ACP is endorsing the Gaylord Opryland Hotel for members attending the Congress where a block of rooms have been reserved. The deadline for reserving a room in this block and getting the convention rate is Oct. 14.

The way this works is that ACP has a contract with the hotel, so they are encouraging everyone to stay at the Congress host hotel. Certainly it is more convenient to stay at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel because the Congress sessions and exhibit hall are jut an elevator ride away. And yes, WiFi is free.

The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center is beautiful, boasting stylish rooms, modern meeting spaces and a location less than 10 miles from Nashville International Airport.

Shopping and dining is available within the hotel’s spectacular atriums. Nearby attractions including the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills, the Country Music Hall of Fame and the General Jackson Showboat.

The Gaylord Opryland Hotel includes the Relâche Spa & Salon, the Gaylord Springs Golf Links, indoor and outdoor pools and nine acres of indoor gardens and cascading waterfalls.

You may register through the APC Congress website at until Oct. 14. VTN


Previous post


Next post

This is the most recent story.

Larry Storer

Larry Storer

Larry Storer has been editor of Vein Therapy News for 10 years. He has edited computer, shelter and medical publications at Publications & Communications LP for 30 years. He was also a corporate vice president and editorial director before retiring. Larry graduated from Baylor University with a BA in journalism and an MA in communications; and from Lamar University with a MED in school administration. He taught beginning and advanced reporting, beginning and advanced editing and editorial writing at Baylor University. Larry was a reporter, and city and news editor of the Beaumont Journal, and opinion editor at the Beaumont Enterprise and Beaumont Enterprise-Journal. He was also the founding managing editor of the Yuba City (California) Daily Independent-Herald.