2015 NFPA Annual Conference Hotel Alert

NFPA 2015 Annual Conference registration is on a record pace with a solid representation of fluid power industry expected to be on-hand. You may view an up-to-the-minute list of registrants here. However, The Grand Del Mar is currently sold out over March 11 & 12—the conference peak dates. We are in contact with the hotel on a daily basis and they are working on establishing a wait list and moving our attendees into rooms if possible. Here at NFPA, we are also monitoring both the hotel rooming list and conference registration. To help those who are currently unable to secure their reservations at the Grand Del Mar, NFPA has contracted with the 3 nearby hotels and they are currently accepting reservations at a group rate. Use this link for all the information and please contact the hotels directly.

For additional information about the 2015 NFPA Annual Conference, please contact Leslie Miller.

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