If your company has more than one location, send us your company’s additional location information by Friday, February 8 for the chance to win a $50 Starbucks gift card.
NFPA is often contacted by fluid power programs at schools around the country looking for mentors and career development resources for their students. However, in many cases, we have no database record of an NFPA member company location in the area that could connect with these schools and students, which means your company could be missing out on recruitment and community program opportunities.
Make sure your company information is up to date! If you have additional locations that involve the design, production, or distribution of fluid power products, please email Amy Zignego (email@example.com) with the information below:
- Additional Location Contact Name
- Phone Number
This information will help all of your company’s locations take advantage of workforce program opportunities with local schools and NFPA regional meetings in their area. Plus, those who submit their information by Friday, February 8 will be entered into a drawing for a $50 Starbucks gift card.
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