What Happens in Vegas Stays on Instagram
We came, we saw, we rocked it at WVC!
Las Vegas, Nevada
The Vegas lights, the sounds of casino bells ringing, and all of the celebrity sightings couldn't distract us from the real-deal...joining our vet med colleagues in the industry and our #NVACommunity at WVC.
In our continued efforts to promote wellness and self-care to the vet med community, we gave away "makeup" bags that attendees could fill with essential oil scented shower misters, buttons and stickers, stress bands with motivational expressions and the ever-so necessary chapstick for the Vegas dessert climate.
We also had our very own Chief Community Officer, Turpin Mott join us to meet and greet with attendees with #NVACommunity Pawcast fans dropping by!
We had two $300 gift card giveaways and 267 total leads by over 400%. This was our highest lead count from any WVC event.
A Community Dinner
All members of the #NVACommunity were invited to a dinner hosted by Chief Community Officer, Turpin Mott and our new Chief People Officer, Tami Majer who highlighted some of our long-tenured team members' accomplishments and also showcased some of our newest team members to join NVA. With over one hundred people in attendance, and it being International Women's Day, we seized on the opportunity to get a group photo and highlight them for social media.
A Country Concert
After the concert and mingling, we hopped pool-side to enjoy a country concert by Jimmie Allen and toast to a successful conference.
Our Health of Healers Session
On the last day, Chief Community Officer, Turpin Mott spoke about the importance of self-care and techniques to help with your physical, mental, spiritual and emotional wellbeing.