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Well maintained & very good condition! Located at the 7 th fairway of Cypress Point Golf Course community. $12,000 cca! Call Century 21 Nachman 424-0202.

BUILDERS’ GROUP AWARDS $85,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS Sixteen local high school students, along with two schools, were awarded a total of $85,000 from the Tidewater Builders Association

Scholarship Foundation at an awards ceremony June 2. Ten academic scholarships were awarded based on academic excellence, community service and financial need. Awards to six students, plus two high schools, were presented in the Young Designers’ Scholarship Competition. The following academic scholarship winners will each

receive a $7,500 four-ye scholarship: � Nathan Ayersman, at Northampton High S Nassawadox on the Eas Shore, recipient of the J. Napolitano Scholarsh � R. Logan Leopold, at Princess Anne High S Virginia Beach, recipien William J. Hearring Mem See next page

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“It’s Good Business t What is Tidewater Builders Association all about? To put it simply, TBA is a trade organization devoted to improving the business environment for companies involved in residential and light commercial building. Yet, there is nothing simple about the many services and advantages TBA can offer you and your company. Educational programs, legislative support, insurance benefits and industry news and information – these are all among the benefits you receive as a member of TBA. Your membership on the local level also buys you membership in the Home Builders Association of Virginia (HBAV) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), each offering its own set of benefits and opportunities. It’s at the local level, however, that you’ll reap the true benefits of membership. Whether you actually build houses or you supply a product or service to those who do, belonging to TBA is an opportunity to lend your strength to an organization that is fueled by the motto “It’s Good Business To Do Business With A Member.” Through your TBA membership you can:

•  Receive dollars-in-your pocket discounts from companies like Dominion Dental Services, John Hancock Life Insurance Co., FedEx, GM, Hertz and more;

•  Promote legislation favorable to affordable housing on the local, state and national levels;

•  Enhance your image to local legislators, prospective home buyers and the community at-large;

•  Improve the local quality of life through participation in community service programs; and

•  Heighten the success of your business through association activities and programs.

What’s in it for me? BUILDER MEMBERS Insurance H Preferred rates for workers’ compensation insurance H Preferred rates for general liability insurance H Insurance through HBAV Benefits Group results in a savings of 10 percent for dental insurance and 5 percent on long-term care Advertising H 20 percent member discount on advertising in The Tidewater Builder and the Homearama Plan Book (example: member rate – $1,500/nonmember rate – $1,835) H 20 percent member discount on exhibiting at the Mid-Atlantic Home & Flower Show and in the Homearama Exhibit Center (example: member rate – $1,675/nonmember rate – $1,900) H Free business listing in Find a Member section of www.tbaonline.org Other members-only perks H Deep-discount contract pricing through Guernsey Office Products H Free Quarterly Builder Breakfast Forums (open only to builder members and Diamondlevel Cornerstone Foundation members) H Builders-only Monday Morning Briefing e-newsletter, with legislative, code and regulatory information and updates H One-on-one help resolving regulatory and code issues with local municipalities


to Do Business with a Member.” H Two free tickets to Homearama H Two free tickets to Mid-Atlantic Home & Flower Show H Social networking events H Certification programs and business development workshops H Printing services at below-market rates for business cards, fliers and brochures H Easy-to-use Builder Member Rebate Program, paying out anywhere from $400 to $3,000 per quarter to participating builders and remodelers H Verizon Wireless contractor discount program, saving particpants an average of 20 percent on their annual phone bills H Free subscription to the bimonthly member magazine, The Tidewater Builder, and the biweekly e-newsletter, Nuts & Bolts

Advertising H 20 percent member discount on advertising in The Tidewater Builder and the Homearama Plan Book (example: member rate – $1,500/nonmember rate – $1,835) H 20 percent member discount on exhibiting at the Mid-Atlantic Home & Flower Show and in the Homearama Exhibit Center (example: member rate – $1,675/nonmember rate – $1,900) H Free business listing in Find a Member section of www.tbaonline.org Other members-only perks H Deep-discount contract pricing through Guernsey Office Products H Free mailing labels for TBA membership H Two free tickets to Homearama H Two free tickets to Mid-Atlantic Home & Flower Show H Social networking events

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Insurance H Preferred rates for workers’ compensation insurance H Preferred rates for general liability insurance H Insurance through HBAV Benefits Group results in a savings of 10 percent for dental insurance and 5 percent on long-term care

H Certification programs and business development workshops H Printing services at below-market rates for business cards, fliers and brochures H Verizon Wireless contractor* discount program, saving particpants an average of 20 percent on their annual phone bills (*applicable to subcontractor associate members) H Free subscription to the bimonthly member magazine, The Tidewater Builder, and the biweekly e-newsletter, Nuts & Bolts


A unified voice; individual assistance TBA can help you build a stronger business in many ways – through education, through networking and, perhaps most importantly, through a unified lobbying effort aimed at preserving affordable housing. At a glance, here’s what TBA does for you each day on the legislative front: H Continuously monitors city council and planning commission agendas in all area cities in order to respond proactively to issues concerning the building industry; H Provides analysis of proposed legislative and regulatory actions to local municipal governments;

H Keeps positive lines of communication open by regular meetings with elected and appointed city officials; and H Works closely with the Home Builders Association of Virginia to ensure that local industry interests are heard at the state level. TBA’s Builder Services Division is just a phone call away when a member needs individual help with a local municipal issue, whether it’s cutting through red tape in a city’s planning department or clarifying a code requirement. Below is an example of the assistance this division provides:

H Actively funds the election of pro-business candidates through its Political Action Committee;

THE MEMBER’S PROBLEM:

THE MEMBER’S RESOLUTION:

A builder purchased five lots in 2001. However, new city zoning in 2006 left him unsure of the value of those lots. He turned to the Builder Services Division to help him determine how to develop those lots in compliance with the new zoning.

The TBA Builder Services staff was able to locate the proper code for the builder’s lots, which actually resulted in the discovery that his original five lots could now accommodate 10 homes. “Without the proper information, I would have ended up with one lot instead of two,” said the builder. (Builder Services) “know what they are talking about and if you get it from them, it’s correct.”


Knowledge is power TBA provides members with a wide range of educational programs, from short workshops about relevant business topics to the six-week Registered in Apartment Management (RAM) School, the first step in professional certification for apartment managers. TBA’s four councils – the Tidewater Multifamily Housing Council, Remodelers Council, Green Builders Council and Developers Council – also offer programs throughout the year targeted to each group’s specific interests. And a free quarterly Builder Breakfast Forum, open only to member builders and their superintendents, features speakers addressing topics that are timely to the local audience. An associate member is invited to sponsor each breakfast.

Building strong communities With the generous support of its members, TBA oversees many programs that make South Hampton Roads a better place to live: Building Trades Academy, a dual-purpose program that helps fill members’ need for skilled construction workers, while providing career opportunities for lowincome citizens; TBA Scholarship Foundation, one of the largest private donors in the state, giving academic scholarships and design contest awards annually;

TBA Charity House, built each year at Homearama with the proceeds benefiting a local children’s organization; and Annual Charity Golf Tournament, a social mixer for builders and associates, with a deeper purpose of raising funds to support the Building Trades Academy.

Mixing work with play Your membership in TBA can be as fun as it is fulfilling. Events are planned throughout the year to allow you to mix and mingle with colleagues in a social setting: TBA picnic, a long-time member favorite with more than 3,000 folks turning out for food, fun and games – all sponsored by members; Fall Golf Outing, an annual event that raises money for the TBA Political Action Committee; TMHC Associates’ Showcase, Awards Banquet and RAM School Graduation, one of the Tidewater Multifamily Housing Council’s yearly highlights; Membership Mingle, a no-cost networking event making its debut in 2010; Charity Preview Party, the opening celebration of TBA’s annual Homearama event; Builders Ball & Installation of Officers, a blacktie-optional gala that kicks off the new year and a new slate of officers in style.


Member-to-member, member-to-consumer There are countless opportunities to promote your products and services to both fellow members and the buying public: The Cornerstone Foundation, TBA’s premier sponsorship opportunity for companies that want to support the association’s overall goals; Event sponsorships, available at all social activities and many educational programs;

Beyond our area Both HBAV and NAHB offer members benefits that far exceed in value the cost of annual dues. As a HBAV member, you have access to: •  Enhancements to your health insurance if you carry Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Such value-added benefits as chiropractic care and supplemental accident coverage are provided at no additional charge.

Homearama, an enclosed-site display of singlefamily homes that is the industry’s annual “Buy A New Home Now!” campaign;

•  Discounted long-term care insurance through John Hancock Life Insurance Co.

The Mid-Atlantic Home & Flower Show, a product and service showcase featuring more than 500 display booths;

•  Affordable dental coverage through Dominion Dental.

The Mid-Atlantic Home & Flower Show visitors guide, a must-have program highlighting all the show features; The Tidewater Builder, TBA’s bimonthly magazine, carrying information and advertising directly to the industry’s movers and shakers; The Plan Book, a classy, full-color magazine that serves as the visitors’ guide to Homearama; Nuts & Bolts, TBA’s biweekly e-newsletter; Homearama Exhibit Center, the show-withinthe-show at the annual housing showcase, featuring 80 product and service displays; and The TBA Web site (www.tbaonline.org), where your link or banner display ad can be viewed by thousands of members and consumers alike.

•  Verizon Wireless Discount to eligible contractor members. •  A Member Rebate Program that’s extremely easy to use and pays quarterly rebates to builders and remodelers who buy products from a consortium of well-known manufacturers. A number of local companies are already using it and the money they’ve received ranges from $400 to $3,000 – per quarter!

Contact Jim Bonnell, LUTCF, director of member benefits, at (800) 734-6344, ext. 305, or jbonnell@hbav.com www.hbav.com


As a NAHB member, you have access to:

• The Member   Advantage program, which offers year-round discounts from a variety of national companies, including FedEx, GM, Hewlett Packard, Paychex, Office Depot, FTD and more.

• The Member   Service Center (800-368-5242), staffed with experts who can answer questions about legal issues, OSHA regulations, code interpretations and more.

www.nahb.org

The 2010 TBA Board of Directors Executive Committee

Larry R. Hill (L.R. Hill Custom Builders)

William H. Halprin (S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co.), president James E. Jackson (Superior Equipment Sales), associate vice president S. L. “Sam” Cohen (Joey Corp.), treasurer John F. “Jack” Schoch Jr. (J.F. Schoch Building Corp.), secretary Steven E. Lawson (The Lawson Cos.), appointee Dennis M. Graf (Graf Construction), appointee Pete A. Kotarides (Kotarides Builders), immediate past president Channing A. Pfeiffer, chief executive officer

Doyle E. Hull (retired)

Board of Directors Jeffrey W. Ainslie (The Ainslie Group) John W. Ainslie Jr. (The Ainslie Group) G. Robert Aston Jr. (TowneBank) Richard L. “Tuck” Bowie (Terry Peterson Cos.) Robert M. Boyd (BB&T) Edward P. Brogan (retired) Scott G. Brooker (SGB Homes) Mike Brunick (Definitive Homes) Christopher J. Dembitz (Clark Whitehill Enterprises) Michael R. Devine (S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co.) J. Gregory Dodd (Horton & Dodd P.C.) W. Trent Dudley (Wells Fargo Real Estate Group) Thomas W. Dye (Ferguson Enterprises) Christopher J. Ettel (VB Homes) William J. Fanney (retired) Paulette M. Frantz (Dominion Virginia Power) Scott M. Gandy (Kempsville Building Materials) Richard D. Guy (retired) William “Toby” Harris (New American Mortgage)

John W. “Chip” Iuliano III (ABT Custom Homes) Pete O. Kotarides (Kotarides Builders) Donald L. Landle (Case Handyman) Gary T. McCollum (Cox Communications) Frederick J. Napolitano Sr. (Pembroke Enterprises) Frederick J. Napolitano II (Napolitano Homes) John C. Napolitano (Napolitano Homes) Vincent A. Napolitano (Napolitano Homes) Michael D. Newsome (Clark Whitehill Enterprises) John E. Olivieri (Associated Development) Richard E. Olivieri (Pembroke Enterprises) John H. Peterson Jr. (Terry Peterson Cos.) Lucky C. Peterson (Terry Peterson Cos.) The Honorable Owen B. Pickett (retired) Stephen B. Quick IV (Alexander Homes) Julian Rashkind (Dam Neck Properties) Brenda K. Reid (William E. Wood & Associates) Edward R. Sadler (Sadler Building Corp.) Eric J. Sasser (Sasser Construction) C. Grigsby Scifres (Williams Mullen) I. Reese Smith Jr. (Reese Smith Construction) Stanley Waranch (Buxbaum & Waranch) Howard M. Weisberg (Clark Whitehill Enterprises) Jeffrey J. Wermers (Wermers Development) Wendell A. White (Bayside Building Corp.) Robert A. Widener (The Widener Corp.) Erin Widener Speckhart (The Widener Corp.) The Honorable Donald L. Williams (Alexander Builders) Edward O. Yoder (Monarch Mortgage)


The Tidewater Builders Association staff Channing Pfeiffer, chief executive officer Dee Fain, executive assistant Pat Harvie, receptionist

Sharon Freeman, APR, account representative

Financial services division

Teresa Howell, logistics manager

Marguerite Dunbar, director of insurance services

Building Trades Academy

Insurance services division Patty Letchworth, staff vice president

Michele Hurlbert, workers’ comp and general liability underwriter

Builder services division Claudia Cotton, staff vice president Maggie Rickard, special councils manager Patrice Kyle, builder services specialist

Sandra Amidon, staff vice president

Jackie Adkins, safety and loss control specialist ( jackiea4@msn.com)

Mary Prier, APR, staff vice president Sara Steil, editor Diane Trumbull, creative director Mary Hearring, Scholarship Foundation director Jonathan Clark, Web master/ Web designer and IT support Judy Dashiell, printer

Stella Council, production/ sales coordinator

Randy Latham, staff vice president Michele Richards, financial services administrator Kristin Atkins, accounts receivable administrator Cheri Bialorucki, controller – insurance operations Ann Rutter, staff accountant – insurance operations

Homearama/home shows/ special projects division

Kim Powers, account representative

Public relations and production division

Jane Kabana, marketing specialist

Membership marketing division Joyce Hearn, APR, staff vice president Stacey Turner, director of membership and member services

Tony Davis, staff vice president Franklin Cobb, building trades instructor Billy Vick, building trades instructor Shannon Pfeiffer, program administrator/ project coordinator You can contact the TBA staff via phone at 420-2434 or via e-mail at the first letter of first name, last name@tbaonline.org

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