Overall, the ACR’s new building in Atlanta has many advantages: an ideal location, ample space for the staff to work, room for growth, space to host small events without the expense of renting, long-term savings on rent, and budget predictability. But beyond convenience and tangible savings, the building brings something more important to the ACR. In the words of Dr. Gabriel, “It gives the American College of Rheumatology a home of our own, a place where we can celebrate our history and consider our future.”
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Explore This IssueNovember 2009
Anna Phillips is a writer based in Texas.