Regional Meeting Lineup Expands to Cleveland

This fall, NFPA is expanding the schedule of Regional Meetings to include Cleveland, adding this fluid power hub to the other four cities (Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, & Minneapolis) on the annual Regional Meeting calendar.  The 2016 Cleveland Regional Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, November 16, and will be held at The City Club in downtown Cleveland.  NFPA Regional Meetings offer a chance to meet with other area fluid power professionals over lunch.  NFPA members and non-members alike are welcome to attend and as with all other NFPA Regional Meetings, the 2016 Cleveland meeting will be free!  More program details will be announced soon, but registration is open.  Click here to register and to be sure you’re on the list for November 16.  For questions, please contact Leslie Miller at 414-778-3369 or lmiller@nfpa.com.

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