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September, 2010, Vol. 10, Issue 09

2010 FSMTB Annual Meeting Held in Member Board Jurisdiction of Puerto Rico

The fifth annual Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB) conference will be held October 7-9 at the El San Juan Hotel & Casino in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Registration is now open.

"The FSMTB always holds the annual meeting in a member-board State/territory," said Debra Persinger, FSMTB executive director. "Cost is a primary consideration and for 2010, the FSMTB was able to secure extremely favorable hotel rates ($119/night) at a charming property. In general, air travel to Puerto Rico is no greater than travel within the continental U.S. In addition, the Puerto Rico board has been very supportive of the FSMTB with regard to developing the Spanish language MBLEx."

image - Copyright – Stock Photo / Register Mark While the meeting and conference are geared toward the regulatory community, professional educators and the community at-large who support FSMTB activities are welcome to attend. Registration is primarily divided into two categories: delegate and non-delegate. Delegates are selected by member boards and must meet the qualifications outlined in the FSMTB bylaws. Non-delegates are additional attendees from member boards, representatives from non-member boards, and other professionals who support FSMTB activities.

Special note to delegates: In order to keep costs as low as possible, delegates will need to verify the cost of their travel with FSMTB prior to booking an order to ensure reimbursement. Alternately, FSMTB can book travel for the delegate. In addition, FSMTB requires all delegates to purchase travel insurance for 2010 annual meeting travel.

Source: Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards


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