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What do your intentions Show? Listening is one of the most important factors in the sales process, as well as one of the most commonly overlooked. Listening is not only hearing what is being said, but also includes your response to the message. The way you move and react as you listen to a potential buyer reveals your true intentions. In short, your actions speak louder than words. According to a recent study, 93 percent of communication is expressed through nonverbal cues. Of all the nonverbal cues you can exude in sales, appearance, body movement and facial expressions send the strongest messages about your level of interest in a potential buyer. Critically, body movement and facial expressions reveal acceptance, caution or disagreement between salesperson and potential buyer. Think for a moment about how you listen and respond to potential buyers – and how your potential buyers listen and respond to you. In which category do your actions fall? Acceptance Successful salespeople recognize that selling homes is a process to help improve people’s lives. An accepting sales person takes a genuine interest in the potential buyer and is open, patient and sympathetic to his/her needs and concerns. The accepting demeanor of the potential buyer is relaxed, patient and calm. If you want potential buyers to be accepting of your message, keep your intentions focused on them and pay attention to how they are responding. Are their facial expressions warm and engaging? Do they maintain strong eye contact? If so, you are on the right track. If not, don’t be afraid to change your approach. Small adjustments like facing toward the buyer, smiling or softening use of hand gestures, may be all that’s needed to get you back on the path of acceptance. Caution/ Disagreement The cautious or disagreeing sales person is more focused on him or herself and less sensitive to what others need. This salesperson’s lack of sympathy comes off as disinterest, and maybe even judgment.
You will know a potential buyer has questions or disagrees with you if they move around a lot and constantly look away. They may have a puzzled or blank look on their face or fidget with their clothes or hair. To avoid this type of response, make sure you leave your personal opinions out of the sales process. It doesn’t really matter if you think a formal living room is a wasted space or a large yard requires too much maintenance. If that’s what the buyer wants, is should be your priority to help meet those needs. What does your intention show? Whether good or bad, your intentions will be revealed by how well you listen and nonverbally respond.
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Save the dates! Membership Social August 23, 5-7pm Brookberry Farm Club House HBA Wine Raffle/Social September 27, 5 -7pm Fall Parade of Homes Oct. 15, 16 & 22, 23
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June Delugas Interiors “Why Builders Need Interior Designers” We all know that times are tough and money is tight, but fight the temptation to remove the services of an interior designer from your budget. Now, more than ever, builders need to invest in partnering with designers. Here are the top ten reasons builders need designers:
1. Interior designers are forward thinking and will know the trends that will be popular when your house is built rather than showcasing features that were popular two years ago. 2. Using an interior designer can set you apart from your competiton. Having a qualified interior designer as part of your team is a great selling point with prospective clients. 3. Interior designers know the elements necessary to make that all important first impression. Today’s home buyers expect to feel that they can walk in and not change a thing. 4. Interior designers can help you negotiate with your clients and can help you avoid costly mistakes such as using the wrong height or scale when ordering lighting. 5. Knowing things to avoid for women is an area where the expertise of an interior designer can prevent problems such as oversized islands or cabinetry that is unusable because it is too high or too deep. You would not believe how many homes we go into that the woman of the house hates their island because it is too large. We come up with solutions.
6. When you use an interior designer, you have access to their sources and product knowledge. “Two heads are better than one”. 7. Interior designers can make sure the house you are building isn’t thought of as “cookie cutter”, yet doesn’t get so personalized that it will be difficult to sell. 8. Partnering with an interior designer can take away some of the space planning responsibilities you run into on custom homes. We are problem solvers in all areas of construction. 9. Interior designers are trained and experienced in color theory and can help avoid costly mistakes mixing colors and textures. 10. When a working relationship is developed, interior designers can be a great source for referrals when we have existing clients who are remodeling or planning to build.
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2011 Sponsorsâ€™ Club
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Exclusive Event Sponsors Participating Nationwide Agents Triad Home & Garden Show
The Lake at Lissara Spring Parade of Homes
Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Showcase of Remodeled Homes
Diamond Event Sponsors STOCK Building Supply Triad Home & Garden Show VIP Party
BB & T
Parade of Homes Golden Home Awards
Pine Hall Brick Co., Inc. Parade of Homes Golden Home Awards
Parade of Homes Kick-off Celebration
Platinum Event Sponsors Signs Now
Official Printing Sponsor Triad Home & Garden Show
James River Equipment - Smitherman Triad Home & Garden Show Grand Prize
Gold Piedmont Natural Gas, Inc. Southern Community Bank & Trust
Alan G. Fletcher Construction Co., Inc. Audio Video One Busch Insurance/Builders Mutual Insurance Company McCullough Tile MKT Real Estate Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors Piedmont Garage Door Co., Inc. Piedmont Federal Savings Bank Signature Custom Woodworking
Bronze First Community Bank Nationwide Insurance & Financial Services, Missy Easter Agency
2011 TRIAD FALL PARADE OF HOMES
www.hbaws.org/parade ENTER TODAY! Sponsorship opportunities are available, call 336-464-8000 for information! Fall Parade Registration forms are available online and the Fall Online Discount Directory is available via email. Register your house in the Fall Parade of Homes - TODAY! • October 12 • Pre-qualifying, 8:00 a.m. - until... HBA Office, Parade Houses • October13 • Judging, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. HBA Office, Parade Houses • October 15, 16 • First weekend of Parade Homes open to public 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. • October 18 • Golden Home Awards Celebration Sponsored by: Pine Hall Brick & BB&T • October 20 • Open House / Extravaganza Fall Parade Association House Built by: Buck Horn Construction • October 22, 23 • Second weekend of Parade Homes open to public 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Association House Donations & Discounts
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beautiful back-drop for Association Home The 2011 Parade of Homes Association Home is taking shape and will soon become a spectacular showcase for the upcoming Parade in October. The exterior of the home now has the stone and wood accents completed, giving the home itâ€™s charming English Country look. The interior paint colors have been selected, consisting of subtle blue and beige hues which create a serene and peaceful feel throughout. The extensive trim work is also coming alive with incredible detail, from the elegant columns to the coffered ceiling. In the family room, a unique design in the hardwood floor makes this space one of a kind. The double sided fireplace between the family room and the dining room enhances both spaces with charm and simple elegance. As more progress is made on the interior features and special details of this home, we can definitely look towards an exciting showcase to present to the public in October.
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ABC Supply Air Comfort Heating and A/C Ben Hiatt, Drafting Bobby Teague Appliances Bloomday Granite Brookberry Farm Butler Lighting of Lewisville C & H Plumbing Clemmons Concrete Dixon Custom Cabinetry Double A Grading Ellis Carpentry Ferguson Enterprises Fireside Hearth & Home FGA Roofing & Repair Insulation Solutions Holly Springs Landscaping J. R. Ross Electric Leonard Block Pella Windows & Doors Piedmont Disposal Pine Hall Brick Plyler Building Supply Pope Sand & Gravel ProBuild Lumber Progressive Security/Audio Prudential Carolinas Realty, Karen Starets Ready Mix Concrete Richard Howard Surveying Sealing Agents Snider Engineering Wells, Jenkins, Lucas & Jenkins, PLLC *Members listed in BOLD 7
2012 Triad Home & Garden Show BOOTH LOTTERY August 19, 2011 at HBA Office
Friday, August 19, all 2011 Triad Home & Garden Show exhibitors that are HBAWS members will be able to sign-up for the 2012 Triad Home & Garden Show. NOTE NEW VENUE: Education Building @ LJVM Coliseum Complex- Winston Salem, NC Three ways to register: *****Read carefully***** 1. Register by coming to the Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem’s office on August 19, 2011: • 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. • Open to HBA of Winston-Salem member exhibitors from the 2011 Show. • AGAIN THIS YEAR: A company’s representative, who is at the HBA office BEFORE 8:00 a.m., will put the company’s name on a sign-up sheet on the front door. At 8:00 a.m., the sign-up sheet will be taken down and each company on the sheet will be given a number. A drawing will be held with the first number pulled getting to select booth space first. The drawing and selection process will continue for those companies whose names were on the list and were given a number. • Companies who arrive at 8:00 a.m. or later will wait in line and select booth space after the drawing is completed. • 2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. • Open to any exhibitor from the 2011 Show OR 2. Register August 19 by fax - beginning at 8:00 a.m. for HBA of Winston-Salem members and 2:00 p.m. for non-members. A Visa or MasterCard number for booth deposit will be REQUIRED to reserve a booth space that is faxed. We will not accept applications prior to August 19. Please note: companies registering at the office will be given first priority over a fax. Faxed booth registration forms will be assigned a booth after the registration forms from people registering in person have been processed. FAX number: 336-550-4890 OR 3. Register when you receive your form in the mail. Forms will be mailed on Monday, August 22. SHOW/EXHIBITOR INFORMATION: Booths: • 10’x10’ Regular Booth • 10’x10’ Corner Booth • Garden Area
HBAWS Member Price $745 $900 $400
Non-Member $1,100 $1,200 $400
Booth spaces include 8’ tall backdrop, 3’ or 8’ tall side rails. Electricity, and access to water can be purchased through HBAWS. Furniture and fixtures can be rented from the HOLLINS Exposition Services – rental forms will be provided upon registration. Other Information: • $100 deposit per booth space is required at time of registration (cash, check, Visa or MasterCard). • All spaces will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis, depending on the time and date the completed application is received at the HBA office. However, please note that booth sales on the first day of registration will be handled in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Triad Home & Garden Show Committee that are explained in item number one. **Please realize we are not Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem 2 holding your space from last year, only giving you the opportunity 0 to purchase a booth(s) in the 2012 Show.** 1 & 2 • Show management reserves the right to review and approve all requests for booth space. And remember when designing Announcing NEW Location! your booth that no physical/visual barriers taller than 4ft. may be placed within 3ft. of the aisles to as not to intrude on neighboring ww.hbaws.org booths’ visual space/design. • There are no restrictions on a company purchasing a booth next to or near a competitor in their industry. • Exhibitors from the 2011 Show will get the opportunity to register first ( Aug. 19th)
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If you have any questions, please call Megan Parks at the HBA office at 336.768.5942 or e-mail email@example.com
BUILD WITH PROFESSIONALS REMODELERS UPDATE Mike Scardina, President, NAHBR, HBAWS Well we are officially into summer! I hope everyone has their vacation plans made and enjoy some much needed time off with our families. We are now in the second half of 2011. I hope everyone has seen an improvement in your businesses this year as our economy slowly improves. In these times, I believe we need to focus our efforts on customer service. Our customers expect great service, more importantly, they never forget a bad experience. Let’s all concentrate on making our remodeling projects the most enjoyable and stress free experiences we can for all our customers. Let’s make it obvious why consumers should “build with professionals”! The remodeler’s dinner meeting in August we will have as our guest Denni Peebles with The Centers For Exceptional Children. I look forward to seeing everyone there.
Second Tuesday of each month 6pm - WFU Deacon Tower Professional Women in Building Rosemary Howell, President
Justin Draughn, FTCC, & Rosemary Howell, PWB, present the Professional Women in Building’s Scholarship Award to John Christian at the Annual Vocational Education Awards Ceremony, July 27, 2012, Forsyth Technical Community College.
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GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS REPORT Nancy Gould - Joint Governmental Affairs Director
WHAT I DID THIS SUMMER An important part of my summer each year is attending NAR’s National Governmental Affairs Directors Conference. I’ve just returned from the 2011 conference in Memphis, with my head and notebook crammed full with information and insights. How do I choose what is most vital for you to know about? It is hard, but below are what I believe are the most important big trends and insights we all need to consider to stay competitive during these changing times and to come out on the other side in a good place. DEMOGRAPHICS, the ECONOMY and LACK OF JOBS are moving us toward bigger markets in smaller, attached and rental units. The fact that our population will continue to grow and need housing and jobs is obvious, and home ownership will still remain the dream many people will still strive for. However, we can’t afford to put our heads in the sand, trying to deny that major shifts aren’t taking place in at least two major segments of our population. More and more young adults and older adults want smaller homes located in more urban or smaller community-type areas. Also, rental vs. ownership is increasing because of unemployment, foreclosures, the lack of job growth and the transitioning mortgage rules. HUD has recognized this trend and is transitioning to funding more state and local housing and community development programs that increase affordable rental housing rather than programs geared toward increasing home ownership. SMART GROWTH & SUSTAINABLE GROWTH are the planning buzz words that we will be seeing more emphasis on from the top down. The federal government is already moving toward targeting its limited transportation and housing funding to states and local governments that have Smart Growth/Sustainable Growth Plans. All REALTORS® and Homebuilders need to understand how this planning concept works, why we must make sure we have a seat at the table as these plans are developed (several are in the works here), and how we may need to
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change our businesses to work with this trend. The NAR and NAHB websites have lots of information on Smart/ Sustainable Growth, and we are working on possible educational opportunities to be held here. PENT UP DEMAND IS GROWING. There will eventually be a change. As REALTORS® and Homebuilders know better than anyone else, it’s an understatement to say that the housing market is not as healthy as it needs to be. Some buyers are shying away from the intimidating mortgage approval processes, and many buyers and sellers are frozen with fear as to what the future might hold as far as real estate values, their job and the economy. However, capital is available, the population continues to grow, and our lawmakers have got to eventually settle the mortgage and budget issues that impact the housing and real estate markets and the entire economy. Solutions will have to eventually come to address the ever growing need. So, hang in there! THE BIGGEST TAKE HOME – It is vital that we work together and promote our associations! We know it’s important to know about major changes and trends so we can plan to meet new challenges and take advantage of new opportunities. However, it’s extra important during this uncertain and transitional time period to make sure our national leaders make well informed and wise decisions. At the Memphis conference, I got to hear first hand from national association staff, economic experts and political analysts, and I feel comfortable in saying that we have topnotch staffs working for us in Washington. Being a part of the Homebuilder and REALTOR® Associations is a special opportunity every real estate and building professional should jump at. Our associations are the way we pool our individual talents, funds and resources to become a knowledgeable and powerful force that can help our nation, its economy and housing markets get back on tract. It’s smart to be a member and smart to keep our memberships strong.
Nancy Gould, RLA, AICP, Governmental Affairs Director Direct Line-336-659-5526 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Zero Waste” Is Not A Slogan—It’s A Commitment
At Primo we take our responsibility to the environment seriously, and we are dedicated to reusing, recycling and reducing waste. When we say our bottles are “Zero Waste,” we mean just that—they produce zero waste.
Russel Fox 336-992-2087
HBAWS CONTACT INFORMATION PHONE:336-768-5942 NEW FAX #: 336.774.6778 Jerry Herman Executive Vice President email@example.com, 768-5818 Megan Parks Director of Operations/Member Services firstname.lastname@example.org, 464-8000 efax: 336-550-4890 Beverly Hayes Communications Manager email@example.com, 464-8001 Gisela Lopez Financial Manager firstname.lastname@example.org, 464-8002 Nancy Gould Joint Governmental Affairs Director email@example.com
BUILD WITH PROFESSIONALS SPIKE CLUB UPDATE Rick Busch, Chairman People are as happy as they make their minds up to be! -Abraham Lincoln And the people who volunteer to serve on the Spike Committee are very happy people. Take some time this month to join us at a meeting and learn about the Spike Committee and our mission. We are charged with the retention of current members and the recruitment of new members. Not only does this give committee volunteers a unique opportunity to talk with our members, but it does so on a very neutral playing field. You aren’t “cold calling” a possible customer. You’re making a concerned call to a fellow member. You’re having a meaningful conversation about what membership in the local home builders association means and hopefully you are addressing the concerns we all have about the economy, the cost of membership and ways to improve our visibility in the community and in our association. A strong Home Builders Association means jobs, opportunity, shelter and education to a community. Visiting and volunteering on the Spike Committee means all of the above and you get a free lunch. Join us at our next meeting.
~ SPIKE CLUB AND NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION ~ August 3, 11:30 a.m., HBA Conference Room RSVP: Megan Parks 336-768-5942, firstname.lastname@example.org
2011Vocational Education Awards Ceremony
Jerry Herman, Matthew Carter & Justin Draughn. Matthew recieved the HBAâ€™s Voc. Ed. CarpentryAward
Matthew Beverly, Nathan Clark and Jerry Herman. Nathan recieved the HBAâ€™s Voc. Ed. Plumbing Award
Charlotte Convention Center September 14-16 The Expo Floor features the latest products & services for the home building industry. 14
NEW MEMBERS & APPLICANTS WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
Holly Springs Landscaping J. Brent VanHoy 4428 Holly Springs Rd. East Bend, NC 27018 336.416.6932 Landscaping, In business for 6 yrs Sponsor: Buck Horn
Industrial Electronic Repair Martin Lineberry 266 Northstar Dr. #136 Rural Hall, NC 27045 336.969.0110 Electronic boards/drives repair In business for 5 yrs Sponsor: Kathy Sexton
Brown Advertising Neil Brown 2913 Cranberry Road Boonville, NC 27011 336.468.2540 Web Design & Marketing In business for 12 yrs Sponsor: Josh Burchette
Butler Lighting of Lewisville Adam Blake 6499 Shallowford Rd. Lewisville, NC 27023 336.945.2295 Lighting fixtures, In business for 6 yrs Sponsor: Buck Horn
Ellis Carpentry James Ellis 1008 Lockland Ave Winston Salem, NC 27103 336.462.0128 Hardwood Flooring/Trim Carpenter In business for 4 yrs Sponsor: Buck Horn
HNE Home Improvement, Inc dba CNE Home Improvement Harlie Easter P.O. Box 2732 King, NC 27021 336.983.2188 Residential Remodeling, In business 18 years Sponsor: Jerry Cowan
A+ Ready Restrooms & Septic Inc. Chris Thompson 110-C Shields Park Dr Kernersville, NC 27284 336.992.7339 Ready Restrooms/Septic Pumping In business for 4 yrs
Environmental Solutions Group Brad Fletcher 338 N. Elm St. Suite 204 Greensboro, NC 27429 336.373.1538 Energy Consulting/Indoor Air Quality In business for 10 yrs Sponsor: Alan Fletcher
BUILDER: Michael R Whiteheart Construction Michael Whiteheart 2169 New Castle Dr. Winston Salem, NC 27103 336.768.3576 Commercial Builder In business for 7 yrs Sponsor: Al Hyatt
APPLICANTS FOR CONSIDERATION Associate: Corporate Benefits Concepts, Inc Cheryl W. Branch 290 Charlois Blvd. Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336.725.4606 Insurance & Employee Benefits In business for 22 years Sponsor: Dennis Crews Change of Company Name: Name: Todd Isenhour Company Name: Cambridge Isenhour New Company Name: Isenhour Homes Change of Contact:
Change of Contact:
Name: Carol Smitherman James River Equipment-Smitherman New Contact: James Smitherman
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THANK YOU FOR RENEWING IN JULY! Company
Town & Country Builders/Mt. Airy, Inc. Wells Jenkins Lucas & Jenkins, PLLC Reliable Builders, Inc. & Reliable Property Services Nationwide Insurance/Glasgow Agency Westphalia Construction Co., Inc. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage James River Equipment - Smitherman Chavez Carpentry Buck Horn Construction Co., Inc. Cherry Contracting, Inc. J.M. Long Construction Co., Inc. Wingo Enterprises Speer Concrete 2nd Generation A+ Ready Restrooms & Septic, Inc. McBride-Owens Inc. Sealing Agents Waterproofing Nance Homes, LLC K & V Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Precept Construction, LLC McGuire Construction Co., Inc. Smith-Rowe, Inc.
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Town & Country Builders Wells Jenkins, Lucas Jenkins PLLC Reliable Builders & Reliable Property Services Nationwide Unsurance/ Glasgow Agency Westphalia Construction Co.
AUGUST ~ TIME TO RENEW 31-W Insulation Co., Inc. A2Z Painting Company Carolinaâ€™s Drywall Corp. Colonial Materials, Inc. Custom Homes by Hamrick, Inc. D.B. Paint Co., Inc. DarCyn Homes, Inc. Element Funding F-4 Framing Construction Hernandez Carpentry, Inc. Insulation by Branchelin, Inc. Julio Osorio Karl Stimpson Builders, Inc.
THANK YOU FOR OVER 20 YEARS OF MEMBERSHIP!
Kitchen Craft - Healthy Gourmet Cookware Leonard Ryden Burr North State Communications Piedmont Garage Door Co., Inc. Powerhouse Cleaners Schober R & R LLC Stimmel Associates, PA Tarheel Granite & Tile Co. Time Warner Cable Wade Jurney Homes, Inc. Walter Menjivar Watson/Honeycutt Construction, LLC
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP MARKETING - We help you sell. • Triad
Home & Garden Show
Festival of Homes
of Remodeled Homes
Opportunities for HBA members to promote their businesses with fellow members: • Spring
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Product Nights & Associate Guest Column
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HBAWS BOARD 2011 HBAWS BOARD OFFICERS Steve Hurst, President Steve McSwain, 1st Vice-President Shane Wagoner, 2nd Vice-President Jennifer Sammons, Secretary Mike Hayes, Treasurer Rich Achor, Immediate Past President
COMMITTEE/COUNCIL CHAIRS Associate Members Committee Bryan Daniel, Chairperson NAHB Remodelers Mike Scardina, President Professional Women in Building Rosemary Howell, President
HBAWS DIRECTORS NCHBA DIRECTORS
Steve Hurst John McPherson, Jr. Steve McSwain Kathy Craven Snodgrass
ALTERNATES: Herschel Redding Shane Wagoner Shane Young
DIRECTORS 2011 DIRECTORS
Richard Alexander Pat Bullard Jeff Canter Andy Collins Scott Craver Bryan Daniel Buck Horn Rosemary Howell Todd Isenhour Angela Kalamaras
Nathan Myers Tammy Needham Sarah Olson Ron Ricci Keith Rogers Mike Scardina Chris Smith Chris Thompson Rick Tozier Bob Vaughn
Steve Hurst Steve McSwain Paul Mullican Eric Anderson LIFE DIRECTOR Kathy Craven-Snodgrass ALTERNATES: Richard Alexander Steve Mabe Keith Rogers
Aug. & Sept. AUGUST 2 Builder Committee 12:00 p.m., HBA Office Professional Women in Building 5:30 p.m., Wanda Wilson’s Residence
CALENDAR OF EVENTS SAVE THE DATE August
AUGUST 3 Spike Club Meeting & New Member Orientation 11:30pm, HBA Office
Members Networking Social
AUGUST 9 NAHBR Council Meeting 6:00 p.m., WFU Deacon Tower
Brookberr y Farm Club House $15/person RSVP: 336-768-5942
AUGUST 10 PR & Communications Committee 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room
August 23, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 5 Office Closed – Labor Day Holiday
AUGUST 11 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m. Tailgate Party/Networking Social Parks Chevrolet, 5 - 7pm (FREE)
SEPTEMBER 6 Professional Women in Building 5:30pm - Location to be determined
AUGUST 15 Triad Green Building Council 3:30 p.m., Magnolia Manor
SEPTEMBER 7 Spike Club 11:30am, HBA Office PR & Communications Committee 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room
AUGUST 16 Executive Board 3:00 p.m., HBA Board Room Board of Directors 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room
SEPTEMBER 8 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m., Dreammaker Kitchen & Bath
AUGUST 19 Triad Home & Garden Show BOOTH LOTTERY 8:00 a.m., HBA Office
SEPTEMBER 13 Executive Board 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room Remodelers Council 6pm, WFU Deacon Tower
AUGUST 23 Membership Social 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., Brookberry Farm Club House
SEPTEMBER 14 - 16 The 21st Century Building Expo & Conference SEPTEMBER 20 Board of Directors 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room SEPTEMBER 27 Members Social/Wine Cellar Raffle 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. @ Wine Merchants G o u r m e t $15/person, RSVP: 336-768-5942 19
ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED 220 Charlois Boulevard â€˘ Winston-Salem, NC 27103 www.hbaws.org
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Members Social/Wine Raffle
September 27, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Wine Merchants Gourmet $15/person RSVP: 336-768-5942
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