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04/06/2021

NAHAD Changes Venue for Its 2021 Annual Convention

For Immediate Release

(Annapolis, MD) – Late last month NAHAD announced it would be moving the location of its 2021 Annual Meeting & Convention. Originally scheduled to take place at the Marriott Marquis in San Diego, CA, the event will now occur over the exact same dates, June 12-15, 2021, but at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, AZ. The exact same program will transpire, and attendees will be able to enjoy a 4 Star, Five-Diamond property.

“It was very clear to the NAHAD leadership that our members want to get back to meeting face to face for our Annual Convention,” said Sam Petillo, NAHAD’s president, and host of this year’s event. “With so much uncertainty remaining regarding restrictions in California and the explosion of vaccine availability, we made the decision to move the event to a location that would work exceptionally well for NAHAD.”

In addition to five General Session speakers, the Showcase of Hose Solutions, and multiple networking opportunities, this year’s program also includes additional time for suppliers and distributors to host company meetings and interact with each other directly. The location also includes ample outdoor venues for expanded footprints for NAHAD’s hospitality events hosted by its manufacturer community.

“The Fairmont Princess will offer the NAHAD membership what they have come to expect from a NAHAD program: relevant education, ample networking, and the opportunity to connect hundreds of manufacturers and distributors all in one place. The response we have received since announcing the change in venue has been fantastic and we look forward to welcoming the NAHAD community to Scottsdale in June,” said Molly Alton Mullins, NAHAD Executive Vice President.

For more information and to complete your registration, visit nahad.org/convention.

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