Joins list of more than 300 exhibitors at three-day show
Flair LLC, maker of the FLAIR® Equine Nasal Strip, is pleased to announce its attendance of the 63rd Annual American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Convention and Trade Show. This year’s event will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, November 17-21.
Flair will showcase education, information and insight into issues of the equine respiratory system. Veterinarians in attendance will benefit through a greater understanding of the science behind the Strip, as well as the health benefits provided to equine athletes in all disciplines and at all levels of training and competition.
Says Flair President Jim Chiapetta DVM JD, “Eight clinical studies have been conducted at leading equine research centers, proving the efficacy of FLAIR Strips to reduce airway resistance, lung stress, bleeding, fatigue and shorten post-exercise recovery time. We are pleased by the number of leading veterinarians who recommend FLAIR Strips to their clients as an integral part of their equine health management program. By seeking and using clinically proven products, veterinarians reinforce the equine industry’s goal to keep health and welfare of the horse as its top priority.”
Flair joins more than 300 exhibitors, promoting products and services to thousands of equine veterinarians, veterinary students and technicians. Trade Show attendees will experience one-stop shopping with a diverse selection of companies who serve the equine veterinary industry
About FLAIR Nasal Strips: FLAIR Strips provide drug-free support and protection to the respiratory system of hard-working equine athletes. FLAIR Strips have been clinically proven to: help horses breathe easier by reducing airway resistance resulting in, reduced lung stress and bleeding, reduced fatigue, and shortened post-exercise recovery time. For more information about FLAIR Strips, please visit http://www.flairstrips.com.
About the Science behind FLAIR Strips: Eight clinical studies have been conducted on FLAIR Strips at leading equine research centers in the United States. Abstracts of clinical studies are available at
About AAEP: The AAEP was founded in 1954 by a group of 11 charter members who saw that together they could direct the focus of equine veterinary medicine. Today, the Lexington, Kentucky based organization represents nearly 10,000 veterinarians and veterinary students in 61 countries, whose mission is to improve the health and welfare of the horse. For more information about AAEP, please visit http://www.aaep.org.
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