Register Today for the Chicago Regional Meeting

Brad TerryThe NFPA 2016 Chicago Regional Meeting is coming up December 7 and this year’s program is too good to miss.  Brad Terry, Principal with The Keystone Group, will review common pitfalls that manufacturing companies face in the sales & operations planning process.  Brad has helped many companies find solutions and will share ideas that will ensure a great takeaway from this meeting.

You will also hear from your industry colleagues during the informal business updates that are a hallmark of NFPA Regional Meetings.

The Wojcik Conference Center at Harper College in Palatine will again be the venue, making this an easy destination for the entire Chicago area.  NFPA members and non-members alike are welcome to attend and the meetings are free!  So, be sure to invite your colleagues that may not be receiving the NFPA E-News. 

Register here.

For questions, please contact Leslie Miller at 414-778-3369 or

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