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One-hundred and fifty years and we're just getting started! Join us February 26 - 28, 2015, for three days of the best in lectures, hand-on learning and exhibits all conveniently located within Chicago's McCormick Place West!
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Please join us in Chicago's McCormick Place West Building for three days of the very best in lectures, hands-on learning and commercial exhibits February 26-28, 2015. Register today!
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Your badge is your ticket to the Exhibit Hall, Level 3, Hall F. If you do not register for the meeting or do not display your badge, you will not be admitted into the Exhibit Hall. The Exhibit Hall is open 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Feb. 26 and 27. Hours for Feb. 28 are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Your badge is to be worn at all times during the meeting.
Exhibit-Only passes are available to ADA dentists, international dentists and non-ADA dentists who wish to visit the Exhibit Hall only. The pass is sold daily only on site at McCormick Place.
These rules apply:
Minors who are not accompanied by a parent or guardian are not allowed into the Exhibit Hall. The Chicago Dental Society reserves the right to deny a child admission to, and to remove a child and their accompanying parent or guardian from the exhibit floor when the child conducts himself or herself in a manner that disrupts other attendees.
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Boarding pass printing stations will be located on the east side of the registration area, Level 3, Concourse.
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You can make a dinner reservation for any of Chicago’s fabulous restaurants while you are at the Midwinter Meeting. Look for Choose Chicago’s counter located adjacent to General Registration, Level 3, east side, for dinner reservations and other information about the city.
If so, we suggest that you avoid being near demonstrations of:
These demonstrations could cause an erratic performance of the pacemaker.
The West Building offers a variety of restaurant locations including: Restaurant Court, Level 2; Overlook Café, Level 3, Hall F; and Restaurant Pavilion, Level 3, Room W375AB. More restaurant information is available on the Midwinter Meeting App.
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Pick up your complimentary tote bag (ticket included in your registration credentials) at the tote bag station located in the Exhibit Hall, Level 3, Hall F, during Exhibit Hall hours.
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