2016 IEOC “Suite Deal” Ends Next Week

The “Suite Deal” Contest for the 2016 Industry and Economic Conference is coming to a close next week. Everyone who books a reservation at The Westin Chicago North Shore AND registers for the 2016 IEOC by Wednesday, June 22, 2016 will be entered in the drawing for one of three suite upgrades. If you’re ever going to win a suite upgrade, this is the time! 

NFPA has reserved a limited block of rooms at The Westin Chicago North Shore, 601 North Milwaukee Avenue, Wheeling, Illinois  60090. The National Fluid Power Group Rate is $172.00 per night plus applicable taxes. This special rate will be available until the block is full or July 25, 2016—whichever comes first. Make your reservation by calling (847) 777-6500 and be sure to request the National Fluid Power Association rate.

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