Tell Us What You Think in the NFPA Communications Survey

You may have seen it in your inbox already. Just this week we sent out the annual Communications Survey because it’s that time of year again. Time to start planning for another year. In order to understand how we can tweak our communications strategy to help us get you the information you need, we’d like to know what you think. If there’s something we’re doing well, let us know. If there’s something we could improve upon, tell us that too. Help us better serve you.

Take the Survey

The survey is short (only 10 easy questions) and all responses are anonymous. Result summaries will be shared in the NFPA News after the start of the new year.

For more information, contact Katrina Schwarz, Association Marketing Manager, at or (414) 778-3356.

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