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Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Thank you to all of our RFMA members who participated in our annual membership survey. The entire RFMA staff highly values the feedback received and the staff will take these results to continue to bring programming and overall value to our members.
From our RFMA survey, we learned...
-RFMA’s Annual Conference, Facilitator magazine, CRFP online learning modules and the member directory are member benefits most valuable to you.
-96% of members are highly satisfied or satisfied with their RFMA membership.
-95% of you value the opportunity for members to give back through RFMA Gives.
-91% said we are providing just the right amount of communication.
Another thing we learned is only 45% of our members have liked us on social media and we want to change that!
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RFMA will be accepting proposals for education sessions at RFMA 2018 in Phoenix, Ariz., March 4-6, 2018 until Friday, July 7th.
RFMA is seeking conference proposals within the functional areas and knowledge levels of restaurant facilities management that reflect the best thinking in the field, informed by theory, research, and practice.
Proposals must be completed and submitted by Friday, July 7th.
What topics would our restaurant members like to see? Click here for the complete topic list.
Join your fellow RFMA members at an award-winning rooftop patio overlooking Coors Field!
When: Thursday, July 20th from 4:00-6:00PM
Where: Skyline Patio at Tavern Downtown, Denver, CO
Registration is $15
*This event is for RFMA members only
Click here to register for the event.
Thank you to our wonderful Member Meet-Up Denver Sponsor!
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