At this time next week... | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

…we will all be at The TFM Show at Chicago’s Navy Pier. If you haven’t already registered, I strongly urge you to do so now. Our hotel block is already sold out, but there are some rooms still to be had in the city. (Last I check, there were vacancies at the Radisson, but they […]


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…we will all be at The TFM Show at Chicago’s Navy Pier. If you haven’t already registered, I strongly urge you to do so now. Our hotel block is already sold out, but there are some rooms still to be had in the city. (Last I check, there were vacancies at the Radisson, but they […]
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At this time next week…

At this time next week... | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

…we will all be at The TFM Show at Chicago’s Navy Pier. If you haven’t already registered, I strongly urge you to do so now. Our hotel block is already sold out, but there are some rooms still to be had in the city. (Last I check, there were vacancies at the Radisson, but they might be gone too.)

Next Monday’s highlights include the keynote panel discussion, “Surviving the Crisis: Disaster Recovery & Strategic Planning” presented by professionals who have been in the frontlines. We’re talking about representatives from Houston (Houston Convention Center), Louisiana, the Pentagon, Iraq, and much more.

This weekend’s severe weather in the midwest took 27 lives and injured many more. These storms caused millions of dollars of damage to commercial and residential property. And the hurricane season is just around the corner.

Are you prepared? Do you know the key terms of disaster planning? What are the seven essential parts of a disaster recovery plan? Attend this session to find out more. Best of all, it’s free!

To register, visit www.tfmshow.com.

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