NFPA Confirms Details for In-Person Annual Conference Option

2021 NFPA Annual Conference & Power of Association Event
February 24-26, 2021
Virtual and In-Person Options Now Available
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NFPA’s 2021 Annual Conference is now confirmed to offer both a virtual and in-person experience.

  • Attendees who opt for virtual-only will have access to the conference presentations, networking platform and entertainment activities.
  • Those who register for the in-person Power of Association event will also have complete access to the virtual content as well as additional in-person networking opportunities during the duration of the conference at the Omni Montelucia Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The Power of Association event is designed to offer those who feel comfortable traveling a more typical Annual Conference experience. Attendees will be able to watch Annual Conference presentations and interact with speakers from their hotel rooms each morning, come together for in-person networking lunches and receptions and gather informally at the property. Registration for the in-person event (which will adhere to COVID-19 protocols) is now available for members and their spouses/guests. Whether you participate virtually or in-person, NFPA is confident that the 2021 Annual Conference is a can’t-miss fluid power event!

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