Spring Regional Meetings in Bloom

The NFPA 2017 spring Regional Meetings schedule is complete! The 2017 Minneapolis Regional meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 11, with strong registration to-date. Use this link to see who is already registered. Hennepin College, Brooklyn Park Campus will be the site of the meeting and will include lunch by Hennepin’s top culinary students, a tour of the fluid power lab, and, some surprises from our presenter, Ernie Parker, Fluid Power Instructor Emeritus.

Next up, the Detroit Regional Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 17. This meeting will be back at the Somerset Inn in Troy, Michigan for our traditional breakfast meeting. We are also excited to have Martin LaVelle of the Detroit Branch of the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank back as our presenter.

Registration is OPEN for both meetings and you can find the links here.

And don’t forget to invite your distributors, suppliers or other fluid power colleagues to be part of these fluid power communities! These free meetings are open to NFPA members and non-members alike and offer great networking and peer updates. Register today!

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