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Exhibit with Us

The Hand Society recognizes the important role that industry plays in supporting our members and meeting attendees through education about their products and services. We encourage members to use the ASSH Industry Guide to find the right products to support their practice and to take advantage of opportunities to learn about new products and services at our small courses, annual meeting and by participating in industry forums and product demos.
We look forward with partnering with you in areas of exhibition, advertising and corporate support.

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Contact the Hand Society for more information or to discuss how to best promote your message to the hand and upper extremity care community by phone at (312) 880-1900 or by email at exhibits@assh.org

 

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