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The 2011 Triad Home & Garden Show will be here before you know it! This premier trade show draws thousands of consumers from the Triad and beyond. The Show runs for three days: February 18, 19, 20 and provides companies an outstanding marketing tool to help increase revenue during the winter season. The TRIAD HOME & Garden Show provides vendors with an outstanding local venue to interact with consumers, and display their products & services. The THGS Committee is busy planning, and strategizing for financial success at the 2011 trade show, which means increased revenue for members of our Association. The 2011 event is an excellent opportunity for both new and returning vendors to showcase their products and services. As always, the THGS brings a variety of learning opportunities, and shares solutions and and ideas for home improvement and landscaping for attendees. Sign up today and join us at the 2011 Show! The THGS is frequently sold out by the end of December, don’t miss your opportunity to to be a part of this year’s event. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------HBA Members Only VIP Social February 18, 2011, 5 - 7pm, VIP Area - Show Floor ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Fore more info, visit: www.hbaws.org/show.html

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2011 Sponsors’ Club

Home Builders Association of Winston Salem

Exclusive Event Sponsors Lissara Partners, LLC

Ferguson

Spring Parade of Homes

Remodelers Showcase

Diamond Event Sponsors 84 Lumber

BB & T

Parade of Homes Kick-Off Party

Parade of Homes Golden Home Awards

Pine Hall Brick Co., Inc.

STOCK Building Supply

Parade of Homes Golden Home Awards

Triad Home & Garden Show Preview Party

Platinum Event Sponsors Signs Now

James River Equipment

Official Printing Sponsor Triad Home & Garden Show

84 Lumber

Parade of Homes Kick-off Party

Triad Home & Garden Show

Fairway Independent Mortgage Golf Tournament

Gold

Piedmont Natural Gas, Inc.

Silver

Alan G. Fletcher Construction Co., Inc. Audio Video One McCullough Tile Piedmont Garage Door Co., Inc. Piedmont Federal Savings Bank Premier Construction Services MKT Real Estate Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors

Bronze First Community Bank Nationwide Insurance and Financial Services

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Steve Hurst – Steve E. Hurst Construction

Happy New Year! Happy New Year! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas together. Watching the snow fall added to the excitement of the day. Winston-Salem has not had a white Christmas since 1947. Like the song says, our dreams came true!

From a simple “thank you” to a pat on the back, recognition lifts the spirits. Productivity is increased and your employees are happy. I want to take some time this year to let our fellow members know how much we appreciate them.

I am excited to start the year as your new president. I appreciate all the time and effort Rich has invested as president during the 2010 year. A new year is a new beginning, resolutions are made and people are ready for a fresh start. I have personal goals for this year but I also envision great things in the future for HBAWS.

Secondly, I would like to see a greater participation from our members. HBAWS is a great way to meet local builders and associates. Find a way you can plug in! Seek out someone you don’t know and introduce yourself at a monthly meeting. Perhaps you don’t feels comfortable in large social gatherings but you can make a difference by joining a committee and sharing your thoughts and opinions. You can schedule a time to showcase your product at a monthly meeting or you can keep up to date on events by reading our monthly newsletter. The greater the participation, the stronger our organization will be. If everyone brings their own suggestions to the group, we will have a vast diversity of ideas to build on. Who knows what the possibilities will hold?

First, I want each member of HBAWS to know they are appreciated and that they are a vital part of our organization. We are only as strong as the members that make up our HBAWS. For example, in a business, employees need to know that they are an integral part of the company. Their input is important in the growth and success of the business.

Finally, take time each day to invest in your business. Your business is a reflection of you, make yourself shine! Don’t let the economy drag you down. You have figured out a way to remain in business through the down turn. Set goals for your business and continue working hard to attain them. Dig your heels in deep and be part of the solution. I am excited about the possibilities the new year holds for all the members of Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem. This December, Winston-Salem broke a 63-year-old record with a white Christmas! Let’s make this a record-breaking year in all areas! 3


Triad Home & Garden Show MARKETING & PROMOTION - There are several ways all members can assist in promoting and ensuring the success of the show. Review the information below and decide how you can help:

Advance Tickets Purchase the advance show tickets you will be sent in January and give them away to customers, friends and family! Web Site Link Post our event HTML tag on your company’s Web site. The logo will then link visitors directly to the HBAWS Web site, which will provide them information on attending the Show. Contact Beverly Hayes - beverlyh@hbaws.org.

Company Newsletter Add information about the Show to your company’s internal or external newsletter. Visit www.hbaws.org for a complete listing of the dates and times for the Show. Posters Place event posters in your office or place of business - and even around town! Posters will be available at the HBA office in mid-January. The Triad Home & Garden Show Committee, chaired by Steve McSwain, Maplestone Construction, LLC, appreciates the members’ support. For more information, contact Megan Parks, 768-5942 4

OPEN TO ALL EXHIBITORS


Spring Parade Association House RFP Deadline Extended: 1-21-2011

LISSARA PARTNERS, LLC TITLE SPONSOR FOR 2011 SPRING PARADE Parade Dates:April 30, May 1 & May 7, 8

Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem is excited to announce that Lissara Partners, LLC is the Title Sponsor for the 2011 Spring Parade of Homes. The Spring Parade will take place April 30, May 1 & May 7, 8, 2010. Parade homes will be open to the public 1 – 5 pm, Firday & Sunday on both week-ends of this event. Registration information is available online and builders are encouraged to consider which house(s) they will register. Houses can be shown at any stage of completion. Parade of Homes offers developers the opportunity to spotlight neighborhoods and encourage builders to showcase homes in those developments, while focusing on unique features of the homes. The Spring and Fall Parade of Homes are both outstanding marketing events showcasing homes and real estate to potential buyers. You cannot get the amount of exposure for the money that you will receive during the Spring and Fall Parade of Homes! Call today! 336.768.5942 or send an email inquiry to: meganp@hbaws.org

HBAWS is accepting proposals for the 2011 Spring Parade of Homes Association Home. This home will be our association’s entry in the Spring Parade of Homes (April 2011). Extensive media exposure awaits the builder of the selected Festival home, including: • Prominent featured articles in The HomePlace Sunday supplement of the Winston-Salem Journal; • Coverage in the Spring Parade Tabloid distributed to 76,000+ W-S Journal readers • Recognition at Membership Meetings • Featured articles in the HBAWS Newsletter about the home, builder and the project’s subs and suppliers

This project is a vital fundraiser for the association and an excellent opportunity for members to showcase their goods and services. The financial commitment can be shared with the developer and or realtor. The Parade Homes have been consistent generators of high quality leads for its builders, marketing teams and their neighborhoods. The Spring Parade Association Home Task Force invites any interested builder to submit a proposal for their home to be selected as the 2011 Spring Parade Association Home This home must be complete & open to the public both weekends of 2011 Spring Parade. This home must be new construction and never occupied. It can be a home currently in inventory or under construction to be complete prior to April 15, 2011. Any price point is welcome to submit a proposal. All proposals will be evaluated by our task force as to the characteristics and marketability of the home. Proposals must be received no later than 5pm, January 21. For more info, contact Jerry Herman 336-768-5942.

Benefits of Membership!

Marketing - We Help You Sell

Triad Home & Garden Show Spring Parade of Homes Fall Parade of Homes

Showcase of Remodeled Homes

Opportunities for our members to promote their businesses to fellow members. Spring and Fall - Parade Partners On-Line Discount Directory, Associate Product Night, Advertising in the monthly newsletter, Membership Directory, & website 5


HOME BUILDERS PARTNERS WITH BOB TIMBERLAKE FOR PARADE OF HOMES ARTIST SERIES! Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem is pleased to announce the Inaugaral Parade of Homes Artist Series featuring the artwork of North Carolina’s own, Bob Timberlake. Bob Timberlake, Inc. has partnered with Home Builders to provide artwork for promotion and marketing of both the Spring and Fall Parades for 2011. Mr. Timberlake’s art will be the first in a series of North Carolina artists featured on the cover of our Parade Tabloid in the Winston-Salem Journal. In addition to providing artwork for the cover design, poster, etc., Mr. Timberlake has offered a framed print to be sold during the Parade of Homes with funds benefiting our preferred charity, Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County. Throughout his career, Bob Timberlake’s work has been featured in scores of magazines and newspapers including The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, Art Voices/South, Midwest Art, Southwest Art, Today’s Art, Art World News, Southern Living, Southern Accents, Audubon, Acquire, Forests, N.C. Business, Our State, Reader’s Digest (only the second time an artist was featured in that publication), and almost all of the “shelter” magazines. Timberlake has released seven books: The Bob Timberlake Collection (with text by Charles Kuralt) in 1977, The World of Bob Timberlake in 1979, Somewhere in Time in 1989, Roots and Reflections in 1998, an autobiography, Partial to Home: A Memoir of the Heart in 1999 and a cookbook, The Seasonal Palette in 2000. The most recent publication, Bob Timberlake, Recipes from Home, was released in the fall of 2004. In 1997, Timberlake introduced a collection of 24 home plans and licensed structural and fashion building components in order to create complete Bob Timberlake homes, built and furnished with Bob Timberlake products. The first Bob Timberlake show home was built in High Point, NC in 1997. Since then, additional show homes have been built in North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Utah. Bob Timberlake home plans are currently available through Southern Living®. Many Lodges, Hotels, and Inns have been furnished and decorated with the “Timberlake” style. Bob Timberlake has been and is involved with many art and environmental issues and boards. He has raised funds for so many worthwhile projects from County & Volunteer Fire Departments to our N.C. Wildlife Habitat Foundation and many others. Bob has used his talents and art to raise many thousands of dollars for the Keep America & N.C. Beautiful and Green, Lions Clubs, Easter Seals, Cystic Fibrosis, Boy Scouts of America, Duke Cancer Research and Children’s Hospitals, Save The Hatteras Lighthouse, Salvation Army, and too many local and distinct worthwhile projects to list. HBAWS believes this addition to the Parade of Homes will generate excitement for our event, while highlighting one of North Carolina’s best! To read more about Bob Timberlake, or view his art, visit: www.bobtimberlake.com.

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BUILDING PROFESSIONALS REMODELERS UPDATE Mike Scardina, President, NAHBR, HBAWS

Bright Outlook for 2011 I can’t believe 2011 is already here! After a couple of tough years for the building and remodeling industry, I for one, am ready to start this year off running! The Triad Home & Garden Show & Remodeled Showcase of Homes will both be here before we know it. Let’s take advantage of both of these opportunities to promote our goods and services. Our January meeting, we will have the owners of ThriftyU coming in to help us learn more about social media. I hope everyone in the Remodelors Council and HBA had a fabulous holiday season to close out 2010, and is as excited about 2011 that I am.

Next Remodelers Meeting January 11, 6pm WFU - Deacon Towers

Professional Women in Building Rosemary Howell, President

The Professional Women in Building are looking forward to the year 2011. Our first project of the year will be selling raffle tickets for our door prize that will be displayed in our booth at the Triad Home and Garden Show. We have yet to determine what that prize will be but since the item is a donated, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the raffle tickets are used to fund our two Lewis Wilson Scholarship awards. One is given to a student at the W/S Forsyth County Schools Career Center and the other is given to a student at Forsyth Technical College. Both of these awards are given to students that are involved in building related classes. Please support the PWB by buying your raffle tickets. We are looking forward to growing our membership in 2011 and to continuing our support of more than a dozen local charities.

JANUARY

Professional Women in Building 6:00 p.m., TBA

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HOMEBuilders Newsletter 2011

MEMBER -

AD CONTRACT 220 Charlois Boulevard Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Ph: 336.768.5942 Fax: 336.768.9280 www.hbaws.org

Company Name: _______________________________________________________________ Contact Name: (will receive invoices) ________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________ City: ______________________________________ State: _______ Zip: ______________ Phone Number: ___________________________________

Ad sizes and Rates

E-mail:

Annual Contract Rate1

Full Page (single invoice) Back Cover (7.5”h x 7.5”v) $2,898 Inside Back Cover (7.5”h x 10”v) $3,099 Inside Front Cover (7.5”h x 10”v) $3,099 Run of publication (7.5”h x 10”v) $2,808 (Contact the HBAWS regarding availability of cover placements.) Half Page: horizontal (7.5”h x 5”v) $1,620 Half Page: vertical (3.75”h x 10”v) $1,620 Third Page (2.5”h x 10”v) $1,296 Quarter Page (3.75”h x 5”v) $918 Eighth Page (3.75”h x 2.5”v) $669 One page insert (advertiser provides copies)

______________________________________________ 1x Rate (invoiced monthly) N/A2 $287 $287 $260

CHECK AD DESIRED

$150 $150 $120 $85 $62 $320

One page, one-sided (HBAWS makes black & white copies) $465 1 Annual Contract Rate: Rate reflects a 10% discount -- against the 1x rate -- for yearly contracts (12 consecutive placements) that are paid in-full upfront. 2 Back cover: Placement on back cover is available only on an annual contract basis.

 Please begin running my ad in __________________ (month & year) and run my ad for _____ months. Ads are due to HBAWS by the 11th day of the month preceeding the month in which they are to run. Ads must be provided to HBAWS as black and white PDF files. If artwork is required for your ad, there will be an additional $50 set-up fee. *All rates listed are for HBAWS members. For non-member advertising rates, please call 336.768.5942.

Method of Payment Check Enclosed*

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MasterCard

Invoice me for total amount of annual contract

Invoice me monthly

Card #: _______________________________________

Name on Card: _______________________________________ Total Payment: $ __________________

Exp. Date:

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Signature ___________________________________________

*Make checks payable to “HBA of Winston-Salem.”

I understand that it is my responsiblity to provide the HBAWS with a properly-sized ad in an appropriate electronic file format. If I wish to change my ad content, I recognize that it is my responsiblity to contact the HBAWS and provide them with the new ad file by the deadline date for the corresponding month. Signature

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GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS REPORT Nancy Gould - Joint Governmental Affairs Director

WHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2011? Joint Governmental Affairs has prepared the quick list below to keep you abreast of potential new local regulatory changes happening now, as well as some that may be coming down the tubes in early 2011: TREE ORDINANCES. Both Lewisville and Clemmons are getting closer to publishing draft ordinances that will soon be available for public review and comment. We appreciate Home Builder, Rich Archor, serving as a volunteer on the Clemmons Tree Ordinance Committee. Jonathan Lee, a Lewisville Home Builder has agreed to represent us once a draft ordinance is available there. We are hoping that both towns will adopt ordinances similar to Winston-Salem’s which was supported by the Sierra Club, Neighborhood Alliance, Home Builders Association of W-S and W-S Regional Association of REALTORS® W-S NONRESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS AND STUCTURES CODE. Several members of the WSRAR REALTOR’S COMMERICAL ALLIANCE have worked hard during the past year, following the various revisions to this important potential new set of regulations. Much of our time has been spent encouraging the City Council to go ahead and adopt an ordinance that will result in the improvement or removal of abandoned, derelict and unsafe nonresidential building throughout Winston-Salem. The W-S CD/H/GG Committee recently voted to do that and is sending the ordinance forward for a public hearing before the entire Council on January 18, 2011.

LEWISVILLE THINKING ABOUT MAKING RURAL OVERLAY ORDINANCE MORE RESTRICTIVE. A year or two ago, the Town Of Lewisville adopted its Rural Overlay Zoning District that applies to all tracts of land over 30 acres, located within the Lewisville Town Limits and within LEGACY Growth Management Area 5 (the Rural Growth Management Area.) This overlay district increased the minimum residential lot size from approx. 1 acre to 3 acres and prohibits Planned Residential Developments (cluster subdivisions.) Some council members think another look should be taken at the Rural Overlay District again to see if changes should be made, including reducing the 30 acre threshold so more tracts of land would be restricted in the number of new lots might be created in the future. POTENTIAL BIG ISSUE – RUCO. Are more regulations the best way to solve every problem? Lots of people seem to think so, without taking the time to look at other alternatives. Both Home Builders and REALTORS® adhere to national association principals that include the quality of life principal of “Building Better Communities Sensibly, “part of which is “ensuring a high quality of life at reasonable costs.” RUCO (Residential Unit Certificate of Occupancy or Rental Ordinance) has proven in other communities to not work or be reasonable in improving the rental unit housing stock. During 2011 we hope to work with the City of Winston-Salem to find better ways of improving rental housing that will be more effective and less costly to citizens as well as property owners than adding on another set of regulations. To stay informed about these and other governmental issues that impact real estate and building, open the UPDATE Govt. Affairs Newsletter on the WSRAR and HBAWS websites. To work with our Department, the Joint Legislative Committee and fellow members on these or other local governmental issues, just give us a call or drop us an email: ngouild@wsrar.com or 336-659-5526. 9


HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION Bridges Wealth Management, an office of MetLife

ASSOCIATE GUEST COLUMN

Three Potential Advantages of a Roth IRA Many may not understand what a Roth IRA is, and what some of the benefits of a Roth IRA are. But there are three advantages that a Roth IRA can offer if your estate value is under the Applicable Exclusion Amount and if one of your planning goals is to leave as much money as possible to your heirs. Defining The Roth IRA Simply stated, the Roth IRA is an IRA that individuals make contributions to on an after tax basis (contributions to a traditional IRA are generally made with pre-tax money). When qualified withdrawals are taken from a Roth IRA1, they are totally free from federal income tax (state income tax treatment may vary depending upon your state of residence). Benefits of a Roth IRA - There are three. 1.) Passing income tax-free money to an heir. The estate planning benefits begin with the Roth IRA’s ability to pass money to a beneficiary income taxfree on qualified distributions at your death, provided the Roth IRA satisfies a five-year holding period. 2.) The Roth IRA avoids forced depletion at old age. Due to minimum distribution requirements (forced distributions at age 70 ½), many traditional IRAs may be substantially depleted if their owners live into their late 80s or beyond. Since a Roth IRA faces no such requirements, it can continue to benefit from tax deferral each year with no requirement to take distributions. 3.) Contributions may continue through any age. Provided eligibility requirements are met and that you have compensation (as defined by the Internal Revenue Code). With the Roth IRA, you may have the opportunity to save more money for your heirs than with a traditional IRA, especially if you live a long time. Do remember that IRA money, including money in a Roth IRA, passed to heirs will be included in your gross estate for federal estate tax purposes. 10

Meet with your tax advisor and financial professional to discuss your personal situation and how a Roth IRA strategy may help you to meet your goals. Tax-Free Roth IRA withdrawals of earnings permitted five years after first contribution creating account. Once the five year requirement is met, distributions will be free from federal income taxes if taken: (1) after age 59 1/2; (2) on account of disability or death; or (3) to pay up to $10,000 of the expenses of purchasing a first home. Withdrawals of earnings made earlier than five years after the first Roth IRA account contribution, will be generally subject to a 10% IRS penalty and taxed at ordinary income tax rates. For conversions involving annuity contracts, the taxable amount may be based on the fair market value of the contract, which may be more than the account value and may result in the taxable amount being more than you would otherwise expect. The information contained in this document is not intended to (and cannot) be used by anyone to avoid IRS penalties. This document supports the promotion and marketing of Roth IRAs. You should seek advice based on your particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor. L0410100043[exp0411][All States][DC]

Todd W. Lockhart,

CFP(R), ChFC(R), CLU(R) Financial Planner & Financial Services Representative

Bridges Wealth Management, an office of MetLife


HBA EVENTS TRIAD HOME & Garden Show Feb. 18, 19, 20

Showcase of Remodeled Homes April 16, 17

Spring Parade of Homes April 30, May 1 & May 7, 8

Fall Parade of Homes Oct. 15, 16 & 22, 23

Website

AMC JANUARY MEETING: Thursday, January 13 12:00 p.m. FOOTHILLS BREWERY Downtown Winston-Salem RSVP: Bev Hayes, beverlyh@hbaws.org or call 336-768-5942 Visit www.hbaws.org to view upcoming meetings information and special events

2011 Tax Information

www.hbaws.org

Office

HBAWS

Quick Reference

336-768-5942

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MONTHLY MEETINGS: First Wednesday of the Month 11:45am HBA Conf. Room RSVP: Megan Parks meganp@hbaws.org 336-768-5942

Murray Supply Company Supports The Wounded Warrior Project on Veterans Day Murray Supply Company’s, MRO-maintenance, repair and operations division partnered with The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) and ran a promotion on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2010. Murray Supply Company honored the men and women that serve our country by donating $2,000.00 to The Wounded Warrior Project on Veteran’s Day. The Wounded Warrior Project provides services and programs to troops that have been injured in recent conflicts, many of them suffering from traumatic brain injuries, amputations and severe burns. The WWP began when several veterans and friends, moved by stories of the first wounded service members returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, took action to help others in need. This program began as a service to provide items to comfort wounded soldiers and it has grown into a complete rehabilitative effort. Thousands of wounded warriors and caregivers receive support each year through WWP programs designed to nurture the mind, body and encourage economic impact. The WWP is wholly committed to aiding wounded heros and easing not only their initial transition to civilian life, but throughout their entire lives through combat stress recovery program, policy and government affairs, family support, benefits services, physical health and rehabilitation and multiple other programs. To learn more or to donate please visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org. 12

HAMMER & NAILS

Smith Phillips Building Supply Statesville welcomes Tammy Adams as new Sales Coordinator at Statesville location. Tammy Adams comes to Smith Phillips with a background in retail and construction sales. She previously served as outside sales coordinator and worked in millwork sales. For more information, contact Tammy Adams at tadams@smithphillips.net or 704.872.9866.


2011 Market Forecast Mark your calendars for the 2011 Triad Housing Forecast on Tuesday, January 25 at 8:30 am at the Greensboro Sheraton Four Seasons Hotel. This will be a combined HBAWS and Greensboro Builders Association event. All members are invited and HBAWS builder members will receive 1 hour CE. Edsel Charles, president of MarketGraphics Research Group, one of the largest new home research companies in the US, will provide updates and forecasts on residential starts and closings in the five county region. MarketGraphics tracks real estate trends in North Carolina and 20 other states. Charles will also be available for a Builder Forum at 10 am, immediately following the breakfast presentation.

Presented by Edsel Charles Edsel Charles Bio: Edsel Charles is the founder & Chairman of the Board for MarketGraphics Research Group, Inc., a new home market research company. After building over $100,000,000 of new single-family homes during the late 70’s and 80’s, Mr. Charles started MarketGraphics in 1988. The company has grown to be one of the largest new-home research companies of its type in the United States. MarketGraphics clients include builders, developers, banks, utility companies, Realtors, appraisers and city governments. MarketGraphics gathers housing, employment, & economic data in 21 states with audits encompassing approximately 13.5% of all the housing starts in the nation, 25,000 subdivisions, & 2,400,000 homes & lots.

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NEW MEMBERS & APPLICANTS WELCOME NEW MEMBERS Builders

Associate Backyard, Etc Shera Henderson PO Box 163 Semora, NC 27343 336.234.8850 Sponsor: Dennis Crews

Sheppards Run, LLC Mike Turner 210 N. Main Street Kernersville, NC 27284 336.817.5202 Custom Spec Sponsor: Ron Schwartz, Jr.

Affordable Waterproofing NC, LLC Michael Brown PO Box 2674 King, NC 27021 336.985.6413 Sponsor: Benny Copple

JNS Construction Company, Inc Jeff Montenare 402 Vedra Court High Point, NC 27265 336.362.7841 Custom, Remodeling, Commercial Sponsor: Shane Wagoner

Westview Development Company Brant H. Godfrey 2631 Reynolda Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106 336.777.0078 Sponsor: John McPherson

APPLICANT FOR CONSIDERATION

Premier Commercial Builders, Inc Don Vanderbeck 428 Anita Dr. Winston-Salem, NC 27104 336.765.1088 Sponsor: TBD

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MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS

THANK YOU FOR RENEWING IN DECEMBER!

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Thanks for Renewing your HBAWS in Membership in December 2010! Grandview Construction Co., Inc. Pope Sand & Gravel, Inc. JWR Building Company RGP, Inc. Cabinet Studio Piedmont Federal Savings Bank Keith Rogers Homes, Inc. Black Sand Co. Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Ron Williams Building Co., Inc. Cambridge Isenhour Homes, Inc. Kitchen Vision Precision Landscaping & Lawn Service Inc Bobby Teague RD Appliance JSM Electric, Inc. Bank of N.C. Pro Build Water Purification Consultants Inc. Sonoma Building Company Carolina Garage Door Carter Lumber Company Florido Framing Raymond Supply Company, Inc. Manus Home Improvement Southeastern Title Agency, Inc.

Years of Membership 51 43 29 29 29 29 25 17 17 16 16 16 15 12 9 8 8 5 5 4 2 1 1 1 1

THANK YOU Grandview Construction Co., Inc. FOR 51 YEARS of MEMBERSHIP!!!

JANUARY ~ TIME TO RENEW Adams-Mulford, Inc. Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad Barlow Roofing and Home Improvements BB&T Blue Ridge Burke Insurance Beau Dancy Construction Co. Bill Hege Carpets, Inc. Blackstone Homes, Inc. Builders Art & Graphics, Inc. Built Rite, Inc. Busch Insurance Carolina Specialties, Inc. Carpet Connection Carpet Designers, Inc. Clemmons Hardwoods & Flooring Custom Stoneworks, LLC Decked Out of the Triad, Inc. Dodson Masonry Greenwood Developers Inc. Imrie Design & Build LLC Keller Williams Realty of Winston-Salem Marsh Kitchens, Inc. McCullough Tile and Stone Mize Construction

MKT Real Estate Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Motsinger Block Plant, Inc. Mustin Construction Inc. NetUnlimited Cabling Solutions, LLC Paint & Coatings, Ltd. Piedmont Disposal, Inc. Ramey, Inc. Re-Bath of the Triad Reece Builders & Aluminum Co., Inc. Resurfacing Specialists LLC RJJ Framing Robert Nordlander, CPA, PA Salem Paint & Wallcovering, Inc. Sias Construction, Inc. Signature Custom Woodworking, Inc. Smith Phillips Building Supply Steve E. Hurst Construction Stillwater Homes, Inc. Tanglewood Construction, LLC Victoria N. Scott Transformations W.S. Craver Construction, LLC Watson Wood Works


HBA RESTROOM RENOVATED We didn’t even have to ask Santa for a new guest restroom as some of our members took on the project themselves. Thank you Jennifer Sammons, now with Allen Tate Realtors, for pulling together the idea and vision to update our office and guest restrooms. The new modern look is a major change from the vintage colors and fixtures we had. The new tile floor and tile wainscot wall in black and white tiles of various sizes and bands from Walkabout Tile, had a major part of the new look. BIMCO Plumbing Supply provided the new modern plumbing fixtures along with the polished chrome accessories help make the transition a reality. PF Plumbing did the installation and the finishing touches provided by Steve McSwain, Maplestone Construction to complete the new look. All these changes took place during the last 2 weeks of December so many will think that Santa really did visit our office over the holiday!

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HBAWS BOARD of DIRECTORS 2011 HBAWS BOARD OFFICERS Steve Hurst, President Steve McSwain, 1st Vice-President Shane Wagner, 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

Richard Alexander Pat Bullard Jeff Canter Andy Collins Scott Craver Bryan Daniel Rick Easter

2011 DIRECTORS Buck Horn Rosemary Howell Todd Isenhour Angela Kalamaras Nathan Myers Tammy Needham Sarah Olson

HBAWS DIRECTORS NCHBA DIRECTORS ALTERNATES: Steve Hurst Herschel Redding John McPherson, Jr. Shane Wagner Steve McSwain Shane Young Kathy Craven Snodgrass

Ron Ricci Keith Rogers Mike Scardina Chris Smith Chris Thompson Rick Tozier Bob Vaughn NAHB DIRECTORS Steve Hurst Steve McSwain Paul Mullican Eric Anderson LIFE DIRECTORS

Kathy Craven-Snodgrass ALTERNATES: Richard Alexander Steve Mabe Keith Rogers

STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION Phone: 336.768.5942 • Fax: 336.768.9280

Jerry Herman jerryh@hbaws.org Executive Vice President Megan Parks meganp@hbaws.org Director of Operations/Member Services Beverly Hayes beverlyh@hbaws.org Communications Manager Gisela Whitbred giselaw@hbaws.org Financial Manager Nancy Gould ngould@wsrar.com Joint Governmental Affairs Director 18


Jan. & Feb. CALENDAR OF EVENTS JANUARY 4 Professional Women in Building 5:30 p.m., HBA Office JANUARY 5 Spike Club 11:45 a.m., HBA Office

MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP Social

January 25

Membership Social 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Deacon Tower $10/person

JANUARY 11 Executive Board 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room

FEBRUARY 1 Professional Women in Building 5:30 p.m., HBA Office

NAHB Remodelers 6:00 p.m., Deacon Tower

FEBRUARY 2 Spike Club 11:45 a.m., HBA Office

JANUARY 12 PR/Communications Committee 4:00 p.m., HBA Office JANUARY 13 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m., HBA Office

FEBRUARY 8 Executive Board 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room NAHB Remodelers 6:00 p.m., Deacon Tower

JANUARY 17 Triad Green Builders Council 3:30 p.m., Magnolica Manor

FEBRUARY 10 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m., HBA Office

JANUARY 18 Board of Directors 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room

FEBRUARY 15 Board of Directors 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room

JANUARY 25 Breakfast with Edsel Charles 8:30 a.m., Four Seasons Hotel

FEBRUARY 18 Membership Social Triad Home & Garden Show 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Benton Convention Center

Membership Social 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., WFU - Deacon Tower

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