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Instructions for Submitting Your Event

Fibromyalgia Network's Events page consists of three main categories: patient-related, research-related, and awareness-related. Please checkmark the category that best describes your event and fill out the form below. Leave blank the entry requests that do not pertain to your event (just "Tab" to the next line). If you have a brochure/flyer for the event, please e-mail the PDF to events@fmnetnews.com or fax a copy to (520) 290-5550 ... this is in addition to filling out the form below. If you have any questions about how to submit your event for posting on our website, please call us toll-free during the week at (800) 853-2929 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., MST.

Contact Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Address:
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E-mail:
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Organization or Support Group Information
Organization or Group Hosting the Event:
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E-mail:
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Event Information
My event is (select one):
Patient Related
Research-Related
Awareness-Related
Name of Event:
Date(s):
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Location (City and State):
Attendance Fee:
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Anticipated Number of Attendees (estimated range):
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