Take advantage of early-bird registration for the conference

Register_Now_Graphic.jpgASA is hosting out third annual national conference March 27-31, 2015, in Washington, DC. The National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference 2015 will be our largest and most important conference yet. Hundreds of patients, advocates, scientists, and industry leaders will meet at the Lowes Madison Hotel in the heart of downtown for three days of networking, education, and action. This will be the premier medical cannabis event of the year. Will you be there?

The issue of medical cannabis has never been more visible in the national media or present in the minds of lawmakers. The medical cannabis industry and movement are evolving faster than ever before. Plan right now to join leaders in the science, politics, and activism of medical cannabis from all overt the United States and the world.  You will have a front row seat for the exciting conversations about the future of medical cannabis in the United States and play an active and important role in shaping public policy. 

I know that a conference in the nation’s capitol can be expensive if you have to travel a long distance. ASA will have a scholarship program for some participants again this year, but everyone can save by planning ahead. Early-bird registration is open right now, and we are offering special discounts for ASA members. If you still haven’t joined ASA, you can save $50 on your conference fees by joining when you register. 

You can also save money by booking your room at the Lowes Madison Hotel right now. It is always more convenient (and fun) to stay at the conference hotel. Plus it helps ASA pay the substantial up-front cost of a national event like this. Be sure to tell them you’re with ASA’s National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference 2015 when you make your reservation. I also suggest looking into airfare right away. You can get round-trip tickets from the West Coast for less than $400 right now.

Be smart. Register, book your room at the Lowes Madison, and book a flight now. See you in DC!