NFPA Chicago Area Regional December 8—Catch up with Your Colleagues

NFPA’s Chicago Area Regional Lunch—scheduled for Monday, December 8, at Harper College in Palatine—is the perfect opportunity to catch up with other fluid power industry people.  Hear from your peers in a casual, networking environment while enjoying lunch.  As is tradition for NFPA Regional Meetings, we’ll start out with introductions and short business updates from all the attendees.  Don’t be left out AND don’t forget these meetings are FREE and open to members and non-members so invite your colleagues.  To register, view all the details, plus a link to See Who’s Coming click here https://nfpaevents.com/regional-meetings-2/

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