Send Us Your Press Releases for NFPA Member News

Is your company making news? Let us know about it!

The NFPA member news is consistently one of the most-clicked items (if not THE most-clicked item) in the weekly newsletter. The NFPA news helps keep our members informed while also providing visibility for member companies in front of a targeted industry audience. These updates very often come from press releases we receive. The most popular topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Key personnel changes
  • Facility updates, including moves and expansions
  • Acquisitions

The next time your company has a press release to send out, be sure to send it on to Katrina Schwarz at kschwarz@nfpa.com.

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