2020 MASO Annual Session

September 10-13, 2020

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel

Baltimore, Maryland

HOTEL RESERVATIONS

Make your hotel reservations NOW at the host hotel, the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel. To receive the discounted group rate, make your reservation through the MASO room block online through our personalized group reservation site or by calling 1-877-212-5752 or 1-800-468-3571 and reference the MASO Annual Session. The group rate is $229/night plus tax. These discounted rates will be offered, based upon availability, 3 days before and 3 days after the conference dates.

 Located in Charm City along the waterfront in the Inner Harbor, the newly revitalized 4-star Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel is a convenient walk to attractions including the Gallery Mall, National Aquarium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The recently renovated accommodations include high-end, innovative amenities, with some rooms featuring delightful views of the Inner Harbor. Enjoy connectivity at your fingertips with multiple power and USB outlets, 55-inch HDTVs and a new entertainment package with phone-to-TV Bluetooth connectivity. MASO guests will enjoy complimentary basic wireless Internet access in their rooms.  Complimentary Health Club Access, including a 24-hour gym, is included for all guests and, elsewhere at the hotel, you can enjoy dining options including the restaurant Watertable and Starbucks® beverages at The Ground Floor Cafe & Bar. The hotel does not provide shuttle service to or from the airport. Self-parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

The cut-off date for reservations is 5:00 PM, Friday, August 14, 2020.  Make your reservations early as a large crowd is expected for the meeting and rooms will go quickly.

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Mission Statement

The Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists shall:

  1. Promote the ethical delivery of quality orthodontic care by providing its members with educational opportunities and information regarding advances in orthodontic treatment and technology.
  2. Be an advocate for, and a representative of, all constituent members of the AAO for the purpose of making regional decisions regarding policy, budget, member services, public information and communication.