Dry Corp Has Booth # 241 for ACFAS in Las Vegas!

December 20, 2012

DryPRO at the Mandalay Bay for the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

We are more than excited about our upcoming trade show in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay for the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. This expo will host almost 150 different exhibitors, but we’re already getting in the trade show spirit and setting up a booth that will blow the others away. Be sure to stop by booth # 241 to meet our sales representatives, get a free sample of our waterproof foot covers, and discuss ways our cash product can earn your business more revenue. The DryPro is the only completely waterproof medical cover on the market, allowing patients to shower, bathe, and even swim with complete protection from risk of infection or further damage to the affected area. No matter what type of foot/ankle surgery a patient has undergone, they may rest assured knowing that their quality of life will not be diminished.

We will be exhibiting Monday, February 11 through Wednesday, February 13th. The floor is open from 9:30-4:00 daily, so if you’re walking around then be sure to come and see us! Happy holidays!

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