Registration Open for Cleveland Regional Meeting

We are on our way to Cleveland! Registration is now open for the NFPA 2018 Cleveland Regional Meeting, scheduled for Thursday, November 8. The meeting will again be held over lunch at the City Club in downtown Cleveland. This historic venue perfectly sets the stage for the networking NFPA Regional Meetings provide.

In addition, this year’s meeting will feature a special presenter, Grace A. Kilbane, the Executive Director of the Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Board and of OhioMeansJobs. Grace will explain how her agency works with local leaders to help implement federal programs and assist with workforce issues. They need more businesses involved, and this is your chance to find out more about these already funded programs. These programs are not limited to Ohio and Cleveland as most states have similar boards in place, and Grace is a great resource on how to find more information in many different geographic regions.

NFPA Regional Meetings are free and open to everyone regardless of their geographic area. Members, non-members, customers, distributors, and suppliers—all are welcome! Register now and share this message with your colleagues.

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