Regional Meetings: Cleveland or Chicago—Who’s the Favorite?

Coincidence?  Or Fate?

Whichever it may be, NFPA is holding two Regional Meetings in as many months—one in Cleveland on Wednesday, November 16, and one in the Chicago area on Wednesday, December 7.  Right now Cleveland has a strong advantage with registration at 50 attendees.  Chicago has a respectable 21 registered attendees but needs to put together a come from behind strategy.

The beauty of this contest is that everyone wins.  Both Regional Meetings have an outstanding program in place with plenty of time for networking.  Plus, no scalping tickets for outrageous amounts—both are free!  NFPA members and non-members alike are welcome.  Invite other fluid power industry colleagues and let’s make this a Series to remember!

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