onPeak, the ASCRS official hotel provider, has cancelled your reservation. No further action is required from you at this time. Please note, no charges were made on your credit card, it was for guarantee purposes only. If you still plan to travel to San Francisco for personal reasons over the original dates of the meeting, you will need to secure new housing. Hotel rates will vary and the ASCRS ASOA rate is no longer valid.
ASCRS, ASOA and onPeak will announce new housing information soon and notify you via email when it is time to book hotel accommodations for the rescheduled 2021 Annual Meeting. If you have any further questions about housing, please email email@example.com
Registration for the 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Las Vegas will open on March 1, 2021. For all registration inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to the number of inquiries we are receiving due to this announcement, please allow up to 10 business days for a response.
Your 2020 Annual Meeting registration for the cancelled Boston meeting was automatically transferred to the 2020 Virtual Meeting, which is still available for your viewing online and you can still receive CME credits.
ASCRS and onPeak Will automatically cancel your hotel rooms in San Francisco.
ASCRS and onPeak will be in touch once housing is ready to open. A tentative opening date is February 22.
You do not need to take any action. The Exhibits Manager will change everything over in your exhibitor dashboard.
- Your booth will be assigned in the new exhibit hall, in priority point order.
- Booth confimeation and the updated exhibit hall layout will be sent out March 24.
ASCRS has incurred considerable expenses in preparation for the upcoming meeting. If you make an elective decision to cancel in absence of a federal, state, or local government travel ban, you are responsible for the contracted amounts in the attrition clause.
In the event that the federal, state or local government mandates a travel restriction to Las Vegas, ASCRS and onPeak will not apply housing penalties to the exhibiting company.