2017 Milwaukee Regional Scheduled to Hit a Homerun

The first of NFPA’s 2017 fall regional meetings has been scheduled for Milwaukee on Tuesday, October 10. We are very excited to be hosting this lunch meeting at Friday’s Front Row Grill at beautiful Miller Park. NFPA Regional Meetings are open to both NFPA members and non-members alike and not limited to those in the host area. So, if you are not familiar with Miller Park, you don’t want to miss seeing this beautiful, state-of-the-art Major League Baseball stadium. NFPA will load the bases with lots of casual networking and a technology presentation from one of our key member companies. We’ll roll out the barrel beginning at 11:00 am and close out the innings by 2:00 pm. And it’s free!

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