Glacial Multimedia to be Honored by OWL at Hawaiian Eye 2019

WAIKOLOA VILLAGE, HI – 01-24-2019 ( — Glacial Multimedia, a recognized leader in the field of online medical marketing, is slated to be honored by OWL, the Ophthalmic World Leaders organization, at this year’s Hawaiian Eye & Retina Meeting. Every year, OWL honors individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions toward fostering, encouraging or creating diversity in the eye care industry. In addition to being recognized by OWL, Glacial’s CEO, Michael Dobkowski, will also be presenting a lecture at the conference, entitled “Lead to Consult: the Bottleneck Epidemic.”


Taking place this year from January 19th-25th at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, the annual Hawaiian Eye & Retina meeting is a comprehensive trade show featuring lectures, workshops, presentations and activities centered around the latest developments in eye care and ophthalmology. It is regularly attended by several prominent ophthalmologists, vendors and marketing professionals and is widely considered to be one of the most significant ophthalmic conferences in the world.


Glacial Multimedia is an industry leader in the field of medical marketing, having provided cutting-edge medical website design, SEO, paid search and many other services to medical practices for almost two decades. Based in Portland, Maine, Glacial proudly and successfully provides a full suite of marketing services to medical practices across the country, and beyond. For more information, visit

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Company Name: Glacial Multimedia
Full Name: Karen Dobkowski
Phone: 207-878-5900
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