The Suite Deal is Back for the 2016 NFPA Annual Conference

NFPA is again offering our Suite Deal Contest for the NFPA 2016 Annual Conference. The winners of the contest will have their hotel room for the conference upgraded to a Junior Suite at no extra charge. In order to have your name put in a drawing for one of two Junior Suite upgrades, be sure to not only book your standard sleeping room reservation at the La Cantera Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, but also register for the conference.  The deadline to have your room booked and your conference registration in is Friday, January 8, 2016.  The drawing will be on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 to see who the two lucky winners are.  For hotel and registration information, use this link to the NFPA Events Hub:

You know you deserve an upgrade, so give yourself a chance!

Questions?  Contact Leslie Miller at or (414) 778-3369.

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