2022 NFPA Annual Conference
February 22-24, 2022
Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ
Time is running out to reserve your hotel room for NFPA’s 2022 Annual Conference. The event will be held at the Arizona Biltmore where NFPA has reserved a limited block of rooms at the group rate of $399 per night plus applicable taxes. The special rate will only be available until the block is full or January 21, 2022 — whichever comes first.
Attendees who register by January 14 will be entered in our Suite Deal Contest, which will bump two registrants to free, upgraded rooms*. To be eligible for the contest you must:
- Register for the conference
- Book your hotel room by January 14, 2022
- Add a spouse/guest to your registration and/or represent a company with more than one registered and booked employee
Winners will be announced at the end of January and will be refunded their original reservation fees.
Make your reservation by calling (800) 950-0086. Speak with a Reservation Agent and reference group code NF22 to receive the National Fluid Power Association rate. Or, you may use the passkey link to book directly into the room block at the preferred rate.
Register for the conference and book your hotel room today to ensure you get the best price for this exclusive event and make valuable connections with top industry executives.
*The two suite upgrades will only be available for February 21 – February 25, 2022
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