Boehringer Ingelheim’s Champions of the Cause Award is an ‘Opportunity’ for Vet Techs

Boehringer Ingelheim is offering a great opportunity to veterinary technicians and assistants.

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Editor’s note: The following was shared from AAEVT and was written by Katie Jones, one of the 2016 winners of the Boehringer Ingelheim Champions of the Cause Award. Don’t miss your chance to enter this year!

Boehringer Ingelheim is offering a great opportunity to veterinary technicians and assistants. BIVI is once again offering the Champion of the Cause Award to two winners. These award winners will receive an all-expense-paid trip to the 2017 Annual AAEVT Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Plus their clinic will receive $1,000.

I was one of the winners last year, and let me tell you that BIVI is beyond generous with this award. Plus, it is nice to get this recognition not only from this organization, but you are nominated by your veterinarian. So hearing that support from the veterinarian that I work with was huge.

This is such a great opportunity. I encourage you to share it with your veterinarian(s).

All nominations need to be in by July 14th.

Link to information: https://equimanagement.com/news/outstanding-veterinary-technicians-assistants-recognized-with-champions-cause-award

—Katie Jones 

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