Time is running short to get your ticket to the CRNA-PAC’s Retro Rat Pack event at the AANA Annual Meeting, to be held at the world-famous Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health on Saturday, Aug. 10, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Starting from our convention hotel, guests will be transported a short drive off the Vegas strip and back to a different decade as the CRNA-PAC celebrates with a reception and silent auction.
The “Rat-PAC” style retro reception will feature a live band and themed food stations inspired by each Rat Pack member. Silent auction items include jewelry, handbags, and trips. The Lou Ruvo Center, the site of the reception, is a flowing metallic-ribbon-shaped building designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry. The iconic landmark includes a Wolfgang Puck-inspired kitchen, 199 unique windows, and a surrounding stainless steel trellis canopy.
Purchase your tickets on-site at the CRNA-PAC desk near registration. The price of admission is $200 for CRNAs and $100 for SRNAs. Proceeds will benefit the AANA’s CRNA-PAC, the only PAC in the United States devoted 100 percent to keeping the voice of nurse anesthesia strong in Washington, D.C.
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