Members of Fluid Power Challenge Champions Club Honored at 2015 Annual Conference

NFPA Fluid Power Challenge Champions being congratulated on stage at 2015 NFPA Annual ConferenceNFPA members who have taken it upon themselves to organize and run Fluid Power Challenges for the students in their local communities were honored at the 2015 Annual Conference.

These members have made serious investments of both time and money, and in return have helped spread information about our industry, and have reaped the benefits that come with connecting their companies to the schools and the science classrooms where some of their future employees are undoubtedly learning about them for the first time. In their honor, we launched the Fluid Power Challenge Champions Club—a series of awards that we will give at each Annual Conference to recognize the important milestones reached by every member who decides to take on these responsibilities. Here is a list of the first group of inductees:

To learn more about hosting a Fluid Power Challenge event in your community, please contact Lynn Beyer at lbeyer@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3364.

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