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FDA Meeting Meet and Greet and Webcast Link!

FDA Meeting Meet and Greet and Webcast Link!
The webcast link is ready!  Here is the link:
If you misplace this link, you can also gain access via the APF website.   Click on the "Register Now" link on the homepage of the APF website under the FDA announcement and it will bring you right to it!   
Note:  The chat feature will only be accessible through YouTube Live! 
The APF meet and greet will be on February 28th at the College Park Marriott (same place as FDA meeting the next morning).  The room will be open for an informal meeting space from 5-6PM and there will be a mandatory preparation meeting for all attendees from 6-7PM.  After this meeting, you are welcome to go to dinner, hang out with friends, etc.  The hotel has an on-site restaurant, The Common, and advance reservations are recommended.  Please let the APF know if you plan on attending the meet and greet and preparation meeting.  We need to make sure the space is large enough to accommodate everyone! 
The hotel provides a list of things in the area, for your convenience:
We can't wait to see everyone!!


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