The 2020 Annual Conference is set to continue NFPA’s focus on diverse topics with solid takeaways for companies throughout the fluid power supply chain. Combined with expert presenters and plenty of networking opportunities with industry leaders, you won’t want to miss this event!
As an added bonus for registering early, you could attend the 2020 Annual Conference in style with a free room upgrade if you win this year’s Suite Deal Contest.
Complete these two steps by December 18, 2019 to enter the Suite Deal Contest:
Step 1. Register for the 2020 Annual Conference.
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Step 2. Book your room in the NFPA block at the Mandarin Oriental.
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The winner of the contest drawing will be announced shortly after the December 18 deadline. Be sure to register for the conference and book your hotel room today!
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