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New England Surface Finishing Regional Conference is Nov. 3

The New England Surface Finishing Regional will be held on November 3 in Salem, Mass. at the Hawthorne Hotel.
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The New England Surface Finishing Regional will be held on November 3 in Salem, Mass. at the Hawthorne Hotel. Download a registration form HERE.

Information from the New England Chapter of the NASF:

It is that time of year and again we ask for your support by committing one day of your time to this year's regional conference. Your loyalty to this conference over the years has enabled this event to gain national recognition with the National Association of Surface Finishers and major suppliers of metal finishing products.

It is your continued support that enables us to strive for what many feel is the best regional in the country, both from a standpoint of quality and affordability.

  • Voted Best US City Center Historic Hotel in 2015 by Historic Hotels of America, the Hawthorne Hotel has been a Salem landmark since 1925 and reflects on a rich heritage with famous guests such as U.S. presidents and Hollywood

  • Conveniently located in the heart of Salem’s historic district, the hotel is a perfect choice for both business and leisure travelers.

  • Conference format that incorporates vendor interaction, while still including the high quality of professional speakers.

  • Raffle prizes, quality door gift, breakfast, lunch, and a full sit-down for a low $135 conference fee.

  • Mass TUR Planner credits and Wastewater Treatment Contact Hours have been applied for this conference. 

 

For more information, please visit nenasf.org

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