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Learn About the 2023 Advocacy Forum Experience

Dec 8, 2022 |

Washington DC Capitol dome detail with waving american flagFrom the time you step into the beautiful Hilton Alexandria Mark Center until the time you step out, we want your experience at the 2023 Amputee Coalition Advocacy Forum to be a memorable one. 

Your experience will be purposeful and full of fun and adventure! It starts with the welcome reception. Come on in! 

It’s Sunday. You have arrived! Uncle Sam welcomes you to the nation’s capital by way of Alexandria, Virginia. You’ll be staying at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, which offers bountiful amenities and great sleeping rooms to ensure you are rested and ready for the great work you will do, advocating and lending a voice to the limb loss and limb difference community with your legislators. 

Now that you are checked in and registered, let’s see what’s happening around the hotel. Do you hear the music? Come join us there! In the hotel’s upper lobby foyer and outdoor terrace, our house DJ will be playing some of your favorite tunes, from pop to country to the classics. Here, you will have an opportunity to network with your peer supporters and lead advocates, exchanging ideas and concerns that will be expressed on Hill Day. And just as exciting is the exhibit hall, which is new to the Advocacy Forum! You will be greeted by the latest and greatest innovations in the industry serving this community. You can ask questions, try out products, and give feedback to manufacturers. And, of course, we cannot forget the fabulous offerings that will have you singing heavenly songs, the food! There will be something for everyone to satisfy your palate and send you off to a good night’s sleep to begin the work, the reason you are here, advocacy. Don’t forget to pick up your swag bag! 

Is your interest piqued? We sure hope so! Can’t wait to see you at the Amputee Coalition Advocacy Forum. Registration is open now! Get in to catch the early rates available until Jan. 15.

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