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APTA's Physical Therapy Political Action Committee, a vitally important player in the association's advocacy efforts, turns 50 in 2023, which can only mean one thing:

It's time to party.

Attending the 2023 APTA Combined Sections Meeting in San Diego, Feb. 23-25? Be sure to polish those dance moves before you come, because you're going to need them to help celebrate PTPAC's golden anniversary in style — at a Friday night party featuring food, drink, and live music from Liquid Blue, billed as "America's most prolific party band."

The event, set for Feb. 24, will run from 9 p.m. until midnight at San Diego's famous House of Blues. Tickets are $100 for PTs and PTAs, and $50 for students, with all ticket sales supporting PTPAC, the APTA group that builds relationships with members of Congress and advances the profession's priorities on Capitol Hill. Tickets are available for purchase when registering for APTA CSM, at the PTPAC booth in the exhibit hall, and at the event itself — while supplies last.

Can’t make it to the event but want our voice to be heard on Capitol Hill? You can still support PTPAC.

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