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NRPA 2019

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The NRPA Annual Conference is upon us and this time we’re headed to Baltimore to engage with more than 8,000 people who are passionate about parks and recreation just like we are! Our favorite part of NRPA is all the people – it’s an opportunity for us to connect with people who understand and share our desire for more – more parks and play environments, more time spent outdoors, more spaces for people to get moving and areas that inspire, develop and help everyone find the best of themselves through play.

We’re happy to be part of the Parks Build Community again this year and can’t wait to leave Baltimore a little more playful than before. In addition to this, we have a whole host of events happening at Burke booth 4416 and at our social! From giveaways to product innovations and games to coffee and tea, there’s a variety of reasons to stop and visit us.

Here is our entire schedule and consider this your formal invitation to Join Our Movement and see how play can move you!



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