Posts Categorized: HBA Iowa Weekly Updates

Weekly Update: August 31, 2017

We had an excellent meeting with Congressman David Young last Thursday at the HBAI office.  It’s always great to cover a wide range of topics with him and he is highly supportive of our Federation and the industry.  From left to right – Dan Knoup, Rich Fitch, Keith Butz, Don Beal, LaDonna Gratias and Congressman David Young.
Q2’17 Rebate Claim Deadline Ends Tomorrow!
As a member, you can claim your rebates for any completed residential addresses from April 1 – June 30, 2017 that used any of the 50+ Manufacturer brands.  The deadline has been extended to tomorrow – Friday, September 1, 2017.  Check it out by clicking here.  It’s easy money and with no effort covers your Federation annual dues.
Interested in Volunteering?
We are starting to plan for 2018 already and we need you to be a part of our state organization.  If you’re interested in any capacity, please contact HBAI Executive Officer Jay Iverson.  It’s a great group, we have fun and are in the early stages of many awesome changes to our planning and service offerings.
IBS Registration August Discount Ends Today
The 2018 NAHB International Builders’ Show® returns to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 9-11. IBS will again co-locate with the …
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Weekly Update: August 24, 2017

 
 We had a great meeting with Congressman Rod Blum at the Greater Cedar Rapids Housing and Building Association office yesterday.  Thanks to everyone who participated (left to right) Drew Retz, Jim Sattler, John Ferland, Congressman Blum, Rich Fitch, Tim Ruth, and Randy Dostal.
Iowa vs. Iowa State BUILD PAC Tailgate
On Saturday, September 9, we will be tailgating at the Iowa vs. Iowa State football game in Ames.  It will be at Jack Trice Stadium in lot D4 from 9-11:00 a.m.  There will be a drawing for two sets of two tickets to sit in the Jack Trice Club for BUILD-PAC members.  For more information, email BUILD-PAC Trustee Rich Fitch or HBAI Executive Officer Jay Iverson.
So, what have I missed out on by not using Snazzy Traveler?
As a member, you have access to a benefit for travel.  We still only have a handful of members using it, but those of us who have are really impressed with the pricing.  It’s generally been much less than other sites like Orbitz, Travelocity, etc.
Over the last year more than 1,100 association members and company employees have used Snazzy Traveler to reserve hotels and cars. The numbers speak for themselves.

Hotel Reservations: 940
Retail Cost: $408,854.77*/ Snazzy …
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