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Discover the Historical Charm of The Lodge at Vail During Retina & Eye CME 2024


As we prepare for the upcoming Vail Retina & Eye CME 2024, it's worth taking a moment to appreciate the remarkable venue hosting our event – The Lodge at Vail. This iconic hotel isn't just a place to stay; it's a significant part of Vail's history.


A Journey Back in Time: Opened in 1962, a month before Vail Mountain itself, The Lodge at Vail was the first hotel in the area. It began as a modest 65-room hotel offering an incredible deal – a night's stay, gondola ride, breakfast, and dinner for just $10. This fascinating history underlines the enduring appeal of The Lodge, which has grown alongside Vail itself into a world-class destination.


The Lodge at Vail Today: Today, The Lodge at Vail stands as a testament to luxury and history, blending classic charm with modern amenities. It’s the perfect setting for our conference, providing attendees with a comfortable and enriching experience.


Experience History While Advancing Your Career: The Vail Retina & Eye CME 2024 at The Lodge offers more than just educational opportunities. It’s a chance to immerse yourself in the legacy of Vail while engaging with leading experts in ophthalmology. Earn up to 25 CME credits in a setting that inspires both learning and relaxation.


Don’t Miss Out: Our exclusive room block at The Lodge ends on January 25th. Secure your spot now to experience this blend of historical elegance and professional growth. With limited tuition spots available, this is also a gentle reminder to register for the conference and guarantee your participation in an event that promises to be both enlightening and memorable.


Join us at The Lodge at Vail for the Retina & Eye CME 2024. Immerse yourself in the rich history of this venue while advancing your professional knowledge in the field of ophthalmology. It’s more than just a conference; it's an experience that will stay with you long after it concludes.


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