NFPA continues its popular series of Regional Meetings in December

Scheduled for Tuesday, December 8, the 2015 Chicago Regional Meeting will convene at the Wojcik Conference Center at Harper College in Palatine—conveniently located just west of Il-Hwy 53 on Algonquin Road. This year’s program will feature one of our favorite economists—Sam Kahan. Sam’s first presentations date back to his days at the Detroit Branch of the Chicago Federal Reserve, but he now serves clients as an independent consultant.  The Fed’s handcuffs are off!  Always candid and entertaining, Sam will give an update for our industry and the economy as a whole.

Beginning at 11:30 am and ending at 2:30 pm, this meeting will feature plenty of casual networking time, lunch and Sam’s look at the economy and factors affecting your markets.  Plus, NFPA Regional Meetings are open to members and non-members alike. Feel free to invite your colleagues from the industry.  AND, NFPA Regional Meetings are always FREE so Register Today!

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