2022 NFPA Annual Conference
February 22-24, 2022
Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ
NFPA expects a large turnout for our 2022 Annual Conference, which makes it an excellent venue to elevate your company’s exposure to top manufacturers, distributors and suppliers in the fluid power industry. By becoming an NFPA sponsor, your company will have the opportunity to be promoted in a variety of places, including the Annual Conference, NFPA News and the Fluid Power Forum Podcast (depending on sponsorship level). The Annual Conference will host top executives from a wide range of companies making a sponsorship for the event a valuable investment. See which key fluid power players you could meet here.
Members who become NFPA sponsors will not only see their company promoted at NFPA’s most popular event, but will also enjoy 50% off the standard fee for each sponsorship level. Additionally, companies can receive extra exposure by adding an NFPA Foundation Golf Fundraiser reservation to their registration. Sponsors for the fundraiser will receive a variety of player benefits and promotional opportunities.
Attendees from sponsoring companies are also encouraged to take advantage of cost-cutting offers including Early Bird Registration (ending January 1) and the Suite Deal Contest (ending January 14), which will bump two registrants to free, upgraded rooms.
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