December 2019    
Volume 11, Issue 12   



Thank you . . .      


Upcoming Events

VMX Convention
Orlando, FL  
Jan. 18-22, 2020


VetPartners Meeting
Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 12-14, 2020


WVC Convention
Las Vegas, NV 
Feb. 16-19, 2020
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Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends,
 
Greetings and Happy Holidays from all of us at Summit Veterinary Advisors! As the holidays approach, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and peace, health, and prosperity in 2020. We genuinely appreciate your connection to and interest in Summit.
 
While we feel it all year long, during the holidays, we happily put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboards, as it were) to tell you how important you are to us. We have so many things to be grateful for this year, and these include the important people in our lives. Every call, email, and website inquiry receives our full attention. We become invested in your success and delight in your accomplishments. Honestly! We swell with pride and jump for joy at your achievements. And we listen when you need to talk. Each time we help you, we advance our own goals of helping you reach the goals you have set for yourself.
 
Everyone at Summit has a natural affinity for numbers, but at the heart of everything we do is the relationship we foster with every client we serve. We genuinely enjoy getting to know you, listening to your dreams - nightmares included! - and learning what you want out of your practice, your career, and beyond. Establishing priorities and goals is your job - helping you achieve them is ours!
 
As 2020 dawns, it will usher in many changes (expected and unexpected) in the national economy and the veterinary environment. But one thing that will never change is our commitment to you.
 
We look forward to connecting with you in the coming year at a national conference, a regional or state meeting, by phone or through email. Until then, we thank you all for your loyalty, your friendship, and your dedication to the veterinary profession.


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