On September 15, private practice dentists and their teams from across North America will assemble in Provo, Utah, to exercise mind, body, and spirit at the 20th Annual Dentists’ Climb For A Cause (CFAC) event.
The 20th annual Climb for a Cause continuing education event will begin on September 15 at 2 p.m. with a dental technology symposium hosted at Banyan’s Provo, Utah, headquarters. Attendees qualify to receive four hours of AGD PACE-approved CE.
“Because we wanted our 20th annual event to be something to remember, this year’s event took even more planning and preparation than usual," said Daniel A. "Danny" Bobrow, CFAC’s executive director and AIM Dental Marketing’s president. "I think everyone who attends will agree it was worth it. This year’s event offers something for everyone.
"There’s the opportunity to rub elbows with some of the leaders in dental marketing and practice management technology who will share some of the most cost-effective, actionable skills to ensure patient data integrity, immunize against corporate dentistry, and have fun doing it. Then there’s the hike itself—one of the most spectacular yet. Best of all is the knowledge that, with every step, you’re helping make a positive impact in the lives of thousands of needy children.”
Here are the CFAC 20 timeline of events and activities:
2–6 p.m.—Dental Technology Symposium featuring Bobrow, Mark Bowie, Banyan’s Director of Business Development, and Larry Emmott, DDS, whose Emmott On Technology blog is considered must reading for those in the dental space who wish to become and stay current on all matters related to practice efficiency through technology.
Attendees will access the leading edge in practice management and dental marketing technology. Payoffs for attendees are greater efficiency, less stress, reduced risk, and accelerated new patient growth.
6–10 p.m.—"Old Timers, New Climbers Social” at the historic Sundance Resort’s Owl Bar.
9 a.m.–6 p.m.—Options include river rafting or fly fishing the Provo River, or a heart-stopping zip line at the Sundance Resort.
6–8 p.m.—Light dinner and pre-hike briefing and gear check.
September 17—The Main Event
At daybreak, The CFAC team will assemble at the American Fork Trailhead to begin it’s 7.5 mile, 5,500 foot elevation gain to the top of Mt. Timpanogos, the highest point in the Utah Valley. They will then descend via the Aspen Grove Trail and be shuttled back to the host venue to rest and prepare for the awards banquet and celebration. This event is perfect for practice owners and teams who are adventure-minded and want to build a stronger practice culture through intensive learning, team building, and “climbing toward a higher purpose.”
For more information, contact Danny Bobrow at (312) 455-9498, at [email protected], or visit the Climb For A Cause 2017 Events Page.