You’re Invited – Attend the Fall Regional Meeting

This fall, NFPA’s schedule of Regional Meetings again includes Cleveland, scheduled for Thursday, November 3. This year it will be held at Merwin’s Wharf in downtown Cleveland.

NFPA Regional Meetings offer a chance to meet with other area fluid power professionals over dinner.  NFPA members and non-members alike are welcome to attend and as with all other NFPA Regional Meetings, the 2022 Cleveland meeting will be free!  

In addition to offering great networking, this year’s event will feature a presentation from Chris Chudzik, Chief Economist for the Association for Manufacturing Technology and update from NFPA.

Click here to register for Cleveland to be sure you’re on the list for November 3. For questions, please contact Carrie Berger at (414) 259-2023 or cberger@nfpa.com.

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