May 4, 2012 — The 31st annual convention of the American Black Chiropractic Association will be held in Miami June 28-30 at the Marriott Biscayne Bay downtown.
In the last 31 years, the ABCA has been instrumental in the encouragement, development, and success of minority chiropractors across the nation. They have been able to provide scholarships to deserving students to help them along the way so they may concentrate a little more on an already stressful school curriculum.
They have active Student ABCA (SABCA) chapters throughout chiropractic colleges in the nation, which consistently work in their schools and communities to promote chiropractic and diversity.
By displaying your products at ABCA conventions, it allows doctors and future doctors to become familiar with your products so as they graduate from school and/or continue to advance, they carry the knowledge of using your product, which means a career long relationship between your company, our doctors, and the ABCA. This means a nation-wide network for your company to connect.
Over the last few years, the nation’s economy has prevented many from having the numbers they would like to have at conventions. So this year, this executive board has taken action! They want to touch as many doctors and students as possible, so they have lowered convention registration cost to drive more bodies to Miami. Registration cost has been cut by more than half, so they are looking at record numbers for this convention.
You can get the vendor registration form here. You should contact Dr. Shereffa Clarke, our fundraising chairperson, at 813-843-1865 for further information or any questions you may have.
Source: American Black Chiropractic Association, abcachiro.com