Jan
22
2014

It's a new year and that means it's time for veterinary conference season! Kicking off the new year is the North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) in January, followed by Western Veterinary Conference (WVC) in February, and (our favorite) AAHA Nashville in March. It's a three-month conference frenzy and the AAHA Press team is excited to meet all our fellow book lovers.

It's one of our favorite times of year because we get to bring our bookstore to you. You have the opportunity to pick up our books, flip through the pages, and see all the resources we have to offer. When you find a book you can't live without (and we know you will), you get exclusive conference specials (read: discounts and perks).

Attending conferences offers us the chance to meet our members and veterinary professionals and have a real conversation. This is one of the most valuable experiences we can ask for. We want you to give us feedback (the good and the bad--don't worry, we can handle it), tell us your ideas, and let us know what you need and want to see us produce.

You can even meet some of our authors that are speaking at these conferences. And, we're always excited to meet potential future AAHA authors. Some of our best titles have come from chance meetings.

Come visit the AAHA Press team--Ann, April, Bess, Erin, and Michelle--at our booths at the following shows:
NAVC: Orlando, Fla. (January)
WVC: Las Vegas, Nev. (February)
AAHA Nashville: Nashville, Tenn. (March)
CVC: Washington D.C. (April) (AAHA booth only)
AVMA: Denver, Colo. (July)

And don't miss the AAHA booth at these shows, too. You can get expert answers to any of your practice, membership, or accreditation questions from our very own practice consultants.

We're looking forward to meeting you!

 

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