- Extend your networking efforts: Take some of the pressure off and make connections with leaders from across the fluid power supply chain while relaxing on the course. Click here to see who you could meet.
- Keep the conversation going after the outing: The NFPA Foundation Golf Reception and Awards Presentation offers you the opportunity to extend your networking time off the course. This event is open exclusively to golfers and Future Leaders Network participants.
- Strengthen existing relationships: Use the foursome discount to strengthen relationships with your customers or build morale and motivate key employees.
- Support the NFPA Education & Technology Foundation: Filling future workforce needs is a concern across the industry, and the various programs supported by the NFPA Education & Technology Foundation help create an environment where those needs are more easily met. Why not enjoy a round of golf while also helping sustain fluid power workforce programs?
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