Early Bird Registration Ends Friday for #NAFOA2024

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Early Bird Registration Ends Friday for #NAFOA2024

Friday, March 29th is the last day to save on registration fees for NAFOA’s 42nd Annual Conference. Prices will increase by $100 at midnight.  Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in two days of engaging sessions and valuable networking.  Check out the agenda online to see all that will be offered.

Please note that if you registered and indicated you are paying by check, payment must be received by Friday, March 29th in order to receive the early-bird rate.  
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Interested in Becoming a Sponsor?
Contact Dustin VanWinkle, Corporate Relationship Specialist, at dustin@nafoa.org for sponsorship opportunities.

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