27th Annual National Fire & Emergency Services Dinner & Seminars
April 15-16, 2015
About the Event
Without question, the National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner and Seminars Program is the most prestigious event in the fire and emergency services. Three Presidents, four Vice Presidents and many cabinet officials and congressional leaders have stood before our 2,000 dinner guests, delivering the keynote address. Throughout the program, CFSI recognizes individuals and organizations for outstanding leadership in advocating for our nation's fire and emergency services. Information about our awards program, including applications, is available under the "Leadership Awards" tab on our website. If you know of individuals or organizations that have done outstanding work advocating for the health and safety of our nation's fire and emergency services, please read the information about our awards program and consider taking the time to help us recognize outstanding leadership.
The Seminars program is something you can only experience in our nation's capital. Featuring members of Congress, federal agency officials and national fire service leaders, the program covers a broad array of federal issues — issues being considered by Congress or implemented by federal agencies. Your registration fee allows you full access to the seminars program and the dinner, while supporting the one organization in Washington, DC that advocates for the entire spectrum of fire and emergency response.
National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner
Date: Thursday, April 16th, 2015
Why should you attend?
There are many reasons you should attend the annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner & Seminars!
- Meet with your members of Congress to encourage their support for legislation and programs that benefit the fire service at the local and national levels.
- Network with your peers from the fire service and fire service industry to exchange information and broaden awareness about events and initiatives taking place throughout the fire service community.
- Increase your understanding of federal programs that benefit the fire service by attending our seminars program and communicating directly with federal agency officials.
- Support the one organization in our nation's capital that advocates for the entire fire and emergency services community -- including volunteer and career personnel, chiefs, instructors, investigators, educators, and the fire service industry.