Event Transportation Systems was again chosen as the transportation provider for the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting, held November 11-16, 2016 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
More than 16,700 attendees were housed in a tremendous number of hotels—45 in all—located throughout the nation’s capital, creating what could have been a transportation nightmare if it wasn’t for ETS’s experience here. Having worked with many events in the District, we know the city like the back of our hand.
ETS designed routes to move conference attendees to and from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, using 40 shuttles on eight routes. We also provided transportation for the President’s Reception held at the National Building Museum. Transportation management was supported by our skillful team and our GPS shuttle-tracking technology that tracks shuttles in real time and offers conference attendees updates on shuttle arrival times.
Event Transportation Systems also provided shuttle graphics production, creating head rest covers and exterior graphics on our shuttles for an exhibiting company that desired optimal brand exposure that would drive attendees to their booth.
Each year ETS provides professional transportation services for numerous medical conferences and annual meetings. Our understanding of and experience with the unique needs of medical professionals allows us to design the ideal transportation package for every meeting or event, large or small.
ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting
The combined Annual Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology and the Association of Rheumatology Health Professions (ACR/ARHP) was held November 11-16, 2016 in Washington, D.C. This yearly conference provides hundreds of sessions for education, exhibits, speakers and opportunities to network with other Rheumatology professionals. It is open to Masters, Emeritus, Fellows-in-Training, Residents, Students, Clinicians, researchers, academicians, practice managers, pediatric rheumatologists, advance practice nurses, physician assistants, physical or occupational therapists, and non-members from across the country and around the world.