Empowering the Voice of Kansas Pharmacy
Join us in Dodge City and get access to Kansas pharmacy decision-makers at the only trade show dedicated to the profession of pharmacy in the Sunflower State!
The KPhA Annual Meeting & Trade Show attracts nearly 300 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in various practice settings as well as student pharmacists and educators from across the state. When you reach our attendees, you also reach the pharmacies, hospitals and schools where they are employed; the communities in which they live and work; and the people with whom they work and serve every day.
2021 KPhA Annual Meeting & Trade Show
5 to 7 p.m.
Friday, September 24
(set-up beginning at noon; tear-down by 9 p.m.)
Boot Hill Casino & Resort Conference Center
4100 W Comanche St., Dodge City, KS 67801
Download the Meeting Prospectus
Please read the full list of Rules & Regulations.
Thank you for choosing to be a Sponsor and/or Exhibitor at the 2021 KPhA Annual Meeting and Trade Show! Contracts are due by April 30, to be guaranteed inclusion in the conference mailer or by June 30, to be included in the conference program and app. Exhibitors who register after these dates are not guaranteed inclusion in the mailer, conference program or app. Absolute deadline for exhibitor registration is Aug. 25. Contracts received after this date will be charged a late fee of $100 and will not be listed in conference materials. Any remaining balance must be paid by Sept. 1.
Reserve a Hotel Room
Call the Hampton Inn & Suites Dodge City at 620.225.0000.
Room rates are $118/night plus tax until Sept. 10.
(Be sure to mention "Kansas Pharmacists Association" to receive the special rate.)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the KPhA office at 785.228.2327 if you have any questions regarding the registration process.
Please note that the registration base amount is set at zero until the registration form is completed. An amount due will be generated when the registration process is complete.
Preserving, protecting and advancing Kansas pharmacy practice through education, engagement and advocacy.