The NFPA Annual Conference is an event that features fascinating speakers, valuable networking and an array of networking activities. Past Annual Conference attendees could choose to go golfing or sight-seeing with other attendees, but this year’s virtual version of the conference (running concurrently with the in-person conference option) features an entirely new way to relax and mingle post-presentations.
NFPA is offering two interactive and high energy experiences for our virtual attendees who are still hoping to participate in recreational activities to serve as an icebreaker and meet other attendees. The online experience platform Thriver will deliver the following sessions for an added fee:
- Trivia: Come join us as we bring the pub to you during this virtual trivia event! Complete with a live and engaging host, you’ll get the full pub trivia experience…without having to leave your couch or desk. Attendees will gather online and collaboratively answer trivia questions as a team for the most points in this highly competitive challenge.
- Online Office Olympics: The Online Office Olympics is a series of interactive brain games and mini-challenges (such as Family Feud and Last Letter) that are designed to be fast-paced and engage your team in lighthearted competition for bragging rights. Our virtual hosts will squeeze in as many games and challenges as they can into a 90-minute session.
If you’re interested in taking your attendance at the Virtual Annual Conference to the next level, add a Thriver activity to your agenda upon registration.
If you have already registered, use the confirmation number in your event confirmation email to make edits to your registration.
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