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Exhibit at the Annual Meeting

Exhibition • Advertising • Corporate Partnership
You are invited to join the American Society for Surgery of the Hand in advancing the specialty of hand and upper extremity care by exhibiting at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Boston, MA. Learn more about the various opportunities to exhibit, advertise or partner with the Hand Society by reading through the information below.

Obtain priority placement and signage by signing up early for these opportunities to market your products and services to an audience of over 2,600 hand surgeons, therapists, and other hand care professionals.

Tradeshow At-A-Glance
Date: September 18-20, 2014
Venue: Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA
Estimated Attendees: 2,600 (professionals)
Estimated Exhibitors: 105
Standard Booth Rental Fee: $3,400 (10'x10' inline)

If you are not a past exhibitor with the ASSH or if you are a new representative and would like to add your contact information to our mailing list please contact with your request.

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