"Apps & Appetizers" Member Meet-up this Thursday in Dallas
Join us in the new RFMA office space to kick off our first RFMA regional event of 2014 and Terry Byerly with Pizza Hut's new column series, "Wet Your APPetite" in our Facilitator magazine. Come socialize with your RFMA peers and learn how to prepare some delicious appetizers while also learning about the newest app technology to make the most of your social events. Remember to bring your favorite app to the party, as well as a fully-charged mobile device!
When: Thursday, June 26, 5-7 p.m.
Where: The New RFMA Office | 5600 Tennyson Parkway Suite 265 | Plano, Texas 75024
Registration: $15 per person*
Click here to register for this event now!
Can't make it to Dallas? Join RFMA in Denver
When: Monday, Aug. 18, 5-7 p.m.
Where: The Tavern Downtown
Cost: $15 per person
Denver Registration: Click here to register now!
*You must register online in advance of the event and be a current RFMA member to attend.
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Become an InSite Insider
RFMA is excited to announce the addition of gamification to our RFMA website. By logging on and participating in InSite you will be able to earn points, rewards and achieve levels. Start earning points today by logging on to rfmaonline.com! Earn points by creating connections, posting to forums, uploading a photo, attending an event and more! Our Top Level InSite Insiders will not only receive a blue Insider ribbon, but also will be recognized in our Facilitator magazine and at the RFMy's at RFMA 2015! *Remember, you must be logged into earn points.
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The Online CRFP Exam Prep Course is here!
Finally — there's an online Prep Course designed by RFMA Member experts to help all RFMA members be the best restaurant facility professionals they can be. It's comprehensive. It's all-new. It's self-paced. And it's FREE for every RFMA member. So whether you're ready to brush up or expand your facility knowledge or go to the next level and take the exam for your CRFP credential — the choice is yours, and this one-of-a-kind course is for you!
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