What is outboarding and what do I do if I witness it?

As the owners and producers of SECO 2021, we work diligently to protect our exhibitor’s commitment to and investment in both the trade show and the industry by taking a firm stance against outboarding. Outboarding is when any non-exhibitor hosts an unofficial event anywhere in the city that attracts SECO attendees. SECO is organized so…

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How do I become a member of SECO?

SECO is committed to partnering with our member State Associations to provide value to association members and promote the profession of optometry. SECO International has formal relationships with 13 state optometric associations and five schools of optometry. We work together on issues, concerns, and opportunities relating to optometric education. Within our 13 member states, SECO…

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What is the contact information on-site for First Aid?

First aid services will be available should an attendee need medical assistance. Location will be to the right of the entrance to the Exhibit hall. For non-emergencies, dial ext. 4911 from any RED house phone to reach First Aid services or you can reach the First Aid office at 404-222-6282. If an emergency occurs, please…

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What are my options on-site for Food & Beverage?

Looking for free lunch or dinner? The SECO Symposium Series offers several opportunities (*Symposiums are not for credit): Wednesday, April 28 FREE OD Lunch Symposium*- 12pm – 1pm FREE Optometrist, Opticians, Technicians, Administrators Dinner Symposium* – 11am-12pm Thursday, April 29 FREE Opticians, Technicians, Administrators Lunch Symposium* – 12pm – 1pm FREE OD Lunch Symposium* –…

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What is the SECO 2021 Social Media Policy?

SECO encourages the use of social media and blogging at the SECO Convention as a way for attendees to summarize, highlight, and promote presentations, or to share their experience in general, provided that presentation content and materials are not shared in full, and authors or presenters are referenced and cited where appropriate. Please keep in…

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