Attending #NASPA19? Come visit the Commuter and Solution station!

NASPA Region VI SoCal Board

February 27, 2019

The NASPA Region VI So Cal Board invites all commuting NASPA attendees to our Commuter Rejuvenation Station where you can:
  • Recover from your commute and network with other conference attendees
  • Refresh your look and utilize free toiletries, bobby pins, clear nail polish, band aids, stain remover, feminine products, etc. at the refresher station
  • Grab a free snack and water to enjoy while at the conference
  • Find a carpool partner on the Carpool Bulletin Board
  • Pick up your Southern California ribbon
  • Visit with Surprise Special Guests
  • Return to the Commuter and Solution Station to meet the Region VI So Cal membership at our Continental Breakfast Social Wednesday, March 13 at 7:00 am.
The space will be open during NASPA National for the following hours:
  • Saturday/Sunday: 7:15am-4:30pm 
  • Monday/Tuesday: 7:15am-7:15pm 
  • Wednesday: 7:00am-10:00am 
Items that will be available at the station include:
  • Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer 
  • Baby wipes/water wipes 
  • Band-Aids 
  • Bobby pins 
  • Clear nail polish 
  • Cough Drops 
  • Dry shampoo 
  • Floss Picks 
  • Hair Ties 
  • Hairspray 
  • Lint roller 
  • Lotion 
  • Mints (individually wrapped) 
  • Nail glue 
  • Plastic disposable hairbrushes/combs 
  • Safety pins 
  • Sewing kit 
  • Spray deodorant/sheets 
  • Stain Remover Liquid Pen 
  • Tampons / Menstrual Pads 
  • Tide sticks/Shout sheets 
  • Tissues 
  • Wrinkle releases spray
The station will be located in 153B at the LA Convention Center. We can't wait to see you in LA!

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