Registration Now Open: 2019 Detroit Regional Meeting

The NFPA 2019 Detroit Regional Meeting date has been set for Tuesday, March 26. We’re returning to the John Wayne Lewis Center at Macomb Community College in Warren, Michigan. This Regional Meeting is co-located with a Fluid Power Action Challenge hosted by Master Pneumatic, and is held over breakfast. In addition to the quality, casual networking these meetings are known for, as well as the experience of observing kids learning engineering concepts in the Fluid Power Action Challenge, there will also be a special presenter on an industry topic.

You won’t want to miss this meeting. Be sure to mark Tuesday, March 26 on your calendar and register for this free event. NFPA Regional Meetings are free and open to everyone regardless of their geographic area. Members, non-members, customers, distributors, and suppliers are all welcome!

Registration for the meeting is open here. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.

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