WHAT DOES HOME & GARDEN SHOW COMMITTEE DO? Home & Garden Show Committee meets the last Thursday of every month and is made up of member exhibitors. The committee is responsible for the coordination of the HBA of F-M's Home & Garden Show. Its purpose i
Join us Sept. 30 for the HBA Happy Hour presented in partnership with Floor to Ceiling Carpet One! Celebrate the successful Fall Lineup featuring the first-ever Downtown Living Tour, Fall Parade of Homes and Remodeled Home Tour.
Join us as we hear National Association of Home Builders Chief Economist Dr. Robert Dietz share the results of our recent housing impact study. We will also present our major awards.
WHAT DOES EDUCATION COMMITTEE DO? Do you thrive when learning and have a knack for coming up with interesting professional development opportunities? This committee leads proposing the HBA’s educational sessions, sourcing interesting topics and speake
Lunch with West Fargo Commissioner Mandy George! West Fargo Commissioner Mandy George HBA leaders and decisionmakers are invited to participate in Building Industry Connect: an ongoing series of social events providing HBA members a platfor
The HBA Executive Committee consists of its CEO, President, President Elect, Past President, Treasurer, Associate Vice President and Secretary.
Events Committee is responsible for the coordination of the HBA of F-M's Member Meetings, annual golf events and other member events.
WHAT DOES PARADE OF HOMES COMMITTEE DO? Parade of Homes Committee meets the third Monday of every month and is responsible for the coordination of the HBA of F-M's Spring and Fall Parade of Homes. Its purpose is to promote HBA builder members to consu
WHAT DOES PUBLIC ISSUES COMMITTEE DO? Public Issues Committee typically meets the first Tuesday of every month to provide guidance to the HBA of F-M Board of Directors on issues impacting the building industry. The committee watches local, state and f
WHAT DO THE HBA AMBASSADORS DO? The HBA Ambassadors meet monthly and are responsible for recruiting new members to the association as well as reaching out to current members to gauge member satisfaction and encourage engagement within the association.
Regular meeting of the HBA of F-M Board of Directors
By joining for a $70 council fee, you are privy to all sorts of valuable information from the National Association of Home Builders. Plus, you can access a network of like-minded remodeling members who enjoy sharing each other’s company, planning the HBA’s