Exhibitor Information



Dear Exhibitor,

On behalf of the American Rhinologic Society (ARS) we invite you to join us for the fourth annual ARS Summer Sinus Symposium July 14-16, 2017 in Washington, DC!

This year we’re happy to offer numerous exhibit, educational grant and advertising opportunities. The exhibit area at the ARS Summer Sinus Symposium is an integral part of the meeting. This is where our attendees have the opportunity to learn about your products or services. The continental breakfasts, buffet lunches and refreshment breaks will be in the exhibit area to maximize your exposure! By participating in the 2017 ARS Summer Sinus Symposium you will have the opportunity to interact with the national leaders, practicing otoaryngologists and allied health professional involved in rhinologic patient care.

What to Look For in 2017
We expect the attendance at the sixth annual ARS Summer Sinus Symposium to increase from 2016. Over 400 attendees from around the country, including Otolaryngologists, both Community and University, attended the 2016 Symposium. The ARS program committee has created an exciting educational lineup.

National leaders in rhinology will lead discussions of pertinent clinical issues that affect all otolaryngologists practicing rhinology. Practicing otolaryngologists who perform rhinology and related medicine will come together to expand their practices by learning from the experts in the fields of Rhinology, Sleep Apnea, Reflux, Rhinoplasty, Skull Base Surgery, Practice Management, and applications of new technologies, including balloon sinuplasty.

For details on exhibiting and other opportunities, click here to access the Exhibitor Prospectus.

If you would like to get more information on the program, housing and registration, please visit here.

If you have any questions, please contact us directly. We look forward to working with you in 2017!


important downloads
You may download the Exhibitor Prospectus for the 2017 ARS Summer Sinus Symposium or apply online. Do not hesitate to contact us for questions! 








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