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Final preparations complete for Houston Conference

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Dear attendees, sponsors, exhbitors and guests,

We are pleased to bring you the 2017 Executive Leadership Conference in Houston, Texas.  We have finalized the schedule of events and are ready for our attendees.

There are still a few seats available for the break-out sessions and general sessions.  Please consider registering for this important conference designed for the exclusive

needs of our Chiefs, Chief Officers, Leaders and Training Officers.  We are here to offer our division members education and resources they will need to lead the next generation of fire service

leaders.  Things change so quickly and without proper training and continuing education our leaders won’t be prepared for tomorrow.

Please view the schedule of events beginning October 5.  

Our general sessions and break-outs are designed for our chiefs and chief officers.

Special thanks to our sponsors and exhibitors who made this conference possible.

Final Schedule for Conference

 

 

 

We also have a special treat for the registered attendees on Friday, October 6th. This is the “Rocket-City” and we couldn’t allow a visit to Houston without a special after-hours tour at Johnson Space Center! Thanks to  for sponsoring this fun-event!  You must be registered for the conference before October 1 to take advantage of this tour

 

We are providing breakfast, lunch and breaks for October 5 & 6 sponsored by Joiner Architects and Gamma Construction

The Vendor Welcome Reception/Social Event Otober 5th begining at 6:00 pm is sponsored by Siddons-Martin Emergency Group

The conclusion of the conference is noon on October 7th.  This allows time to visit all of the other attractions in the area.  Take advantage of what Houston/Clear Lake has to offer!

Houston-area attractions

    

 

 

 

 


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