By Kevin Henry
Late yesterday, the American Dental Association released its list of cities that will host the ADA Annual Sessions through 2018. It’s an interesting list with some interesting choices.
Among the interesting selections are a return to San Antonio in 2014, and a November trip to Washington, D.C., in 2015 (just 12 days before the Greater New York Dental Meeting).
You can see the entire list, including the cities and dates, by clicking here.
How will the dental teams receive these selections when it is time for them to decide whether or not to make the annual ADA pilgrimage? That’s the main question. You and I both know that we’ll be there because it’s the ADA. (I mean, come on, there’s no way a company would ever skip the ADA, right?)
I’d love to know what you think about the list. Did the ADA get it right or wrong? Are we in store for some great shows or are we headed back to Kansas City in 2001? Let me know by clicking here and leaving some comments, or e-mail me at [email protected].
Oddly, the 2013 meeting wasn’t included on the list (I’m guessing because the dates and location have already been announced). I’m very interested to see how it will be for us all to be in New Orleans for the 2013 ADA Annual Session … that opens on Halloween. Yep, the French Quarter on Halloween. I’m guessing there might be a few legendary stories that will come out of that meeting.
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By Kevin Henry