Cosmetic Bootcamp Announces Record Attendance and Sponsorship and Names Members of Its Board of Advisors

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cosmetic Bootcamp LLC announced today that its summer meeting has set a record for attendance over prior years. According to Dr. Kenneth Beer, this year's meeting is expected to continue the trend of annual growth that the meeting has experienced since its inception four years ago. Dr. Mary Lupo believes that this is a function of the credibility the meeting has gained with both physicians and industry. "While other meetings have become focused on quantity, we have focused on quality and I think that this is becoming more recognized." The meeting, which will be held June 12 at the Broodmoor Hotel has already exceeded goals for attendance and sponsorship.

In addition to announcing record attendance, Dr. Vic Narurkar announced the naming of a Board of Advisors for the Corporation. Dr. Gary Monheit, Dr. Susan Weinkle, Dr. Wendy Roberts and Dr. Robert Weiss have been named to the Board of Advisors for this private corporation. "Each of the individuals is a leader in aesthetic medicine and is respected by their peers and by leading corporations. Each has held leadership roles and all of them are committed to educating physicians," says Dr. Narurkar. He continues, "we are thrilled to add this group which will enhance the diversity of experience and breadth of opinions."

Among the corporations attending this meeting are Stiefel, Allergan (AGN), Medicis (MRX), Sanofi Aventis (SNY), Bioform (BFRM), Candela (CLZR), Palomar (PMTI), Aesthera, Procter and Gamble (PG), Johnson and Johnson (JNJ), Galderma, Mentor (MNT), Thermage, Theraplex and many others.

SOURCE The Cosmetic Bootcamp LLC

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