Make Plans Now for NFPA Technical Meeting in Vegas this June
Are you planning to attend the 2018 NFPA Technical Meeting for the discussion of the update to NFPA 72, the National Fire Code? The meeting will be held June 14 beginning at 8 am local time in the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Below is all the information you need to make your plans. Act now to take advantage of the best hotel and airfare rates. (Note that you must have joined NFPA by December 2017 in order to participate at the Technical Meeting.)
Registering for the Technical Meeting
- Information about the Technical Meeting is at http://www.nfpa.org/Training-and-Events/By-type/Conferences/Conference/Technical-Meeting.
- You must register to attend the Technical Meeting! Register athttps://events.thepulsenetwork.com/gcmmaintenance/nfpa/conference/. Registration fee is $250.
- Note: You do not need to register for the NFPA Annual Meeting to participate in the Technical Meeting.
Several Las Vegas hotels (Mandalay Bay, Delano, Luxor and Excalibur) are offering great rates for the nights of June 13 and 14. We do ask that you plan to stay both nights because we are not sure what time the meeting will end on June 14 after the 8 am start. There is a long agenda. To find the hotels, visit https://www.nfpa.org/Training-and-Events/By-type/Conferences/Conference/Hotels . Book by March 15 for best “early bird” rates.
Traveling to Las Vegas
Airfares are low at the moment! We researched nonstop fares from the following major hubs, flying on June 13 and June 15.
- O’Hare (ORD) $240
- Miami (MIA) $282
- Boston (BOS) $306
- Dallas (DFW) $221
- Newark (EWR) $295
- Los Angeles (LAX) $93
- Seattle (SEA) $175
TMA will continue to share details about this event as we get closer to the date. If you have not told us you are attending the NFPA Meeting, please contact TMA Vice President of Membership Celia Besore at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-242-4670 x18 so that we can be sure to include you in future messages.
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