Annual Meeting Exhibits
The Florida Chapter, ACS Annual Meeting affords you an excellent opportunity to make sales, widen your exposure, and stimulate repeat business. Take this opportunity to build and maintain customer relations, enhance your image and test new products and services.
The Florida Chapter offers low-priced Annual Meeting registration to all of its Fellows and holds it at the end of the workweek! With this incentive, the attendance at this year's meeting produced an even larger turnout than last year! This meeting provides vendors with an excellent opportunity to interact with approximately 200 surgeons and affiliated professionals from around Florida. The program appeals to members of all surgical subspecialties.
To exhibit at the 2013 Annual Meeting, download, complete, and return the 2013 Invitation to Exhibit!
Interested in exhibiting at additional ACS Chapter annual events? Opportunities to exhibit at multiple annual meetings for a discounted price are available. Download the ACS Chapters Exhibit Commitment Form and ACS Chapters Invitation to Exhibit for complete details!
Annual Meeting Sponsorships/Unrestricted Educational Grants
The Florida Chapter also invites you to make an offer in the form of an Unrestricted Educational Grant. If awarded, the Florida Chapter, ACS will recognize your grant from the point of receipt through the annual meeting - in the Annual Meeting brochure, in various emails to members, and in its proceeding manual. We will also recognize your support for the entire year on the chapter's website homepage!
Contact the Florida Chapter for additional information providing an Unrestricted Educational Grant.
Taxpayer ID #: 59-6141084
Website Banner Ads
Banner ads may also be submitted for the Florida Chapter website. All banner ads will be linked to your site.
Contact the Florida Chapter Executive Office for more information on advertising.
The Florida Chapter of the American College of Surgeons seeks and accepts commercial support for its activities, including but not limited to sponsorship of, and exhibits at, continuing education events, print advertising and website advertising.
- The Florida Chapter will enter into relationships with members of industry to receive financial support from a corporation only if it does not pose a conflict of interest and the acceptance of such support in no way adversely impacts the objectivity of the Florida Chapter, its members, activities, programs, or employees.
- Participation in a corporate relationship does not in any way imply Florida Chapter endorsement of that corporation's product or services nor does it imply approval of that corporation's policies and procedures.
- Participation in a corporate relationship does not in any way imply that the Florida Chapter will exert any influence to advance that corporation's interests. Corporations should clearly understand that the corporation does not have any influence over any decision of the Florida Chapter as a result of its commercial support.
Commercial support for continuing medical education (CME) activities will be governed by the policies set forth in the American College of Surgeons Chapter Guidebook.
All advertisements will be separated from editorial content by a border or other visual method and will be marked as "Paid Advertisement"
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If you require a W-9 form for the Florida Chapter, please download it here.