Week of September 14, 2009
Front Page
Coast to Coast
housing forum
Economics & Finance
Downturn
IBS
Tips
construction safety
codes and standards
Multifamily
Remodelers
Education
Green Building
environment
Legal
international
hbi
Building Products
TV
Endowment
Association News
Register Online for Spokesperson Training at IBS

Low Hotel Rates at IBS Still Offered With Early Registration

Most of the discounted hotel room rates offered last month with registration to the 2010 International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas are still valid, though a few hotel room rates have increased.

Industry professionals who register for IBS, which will be held Jan. 19-22, can take advantage of NAHB's red hot deals on housing featuring rooms still as low as $32 a night at certain hotels.

IBS, the largest building industry tradeshow in the country with more than 175 educational sessions, is the single, most important industry event of the year.

Early registrants can also take advantage of other NAHB deals, including complimentary four-day exhibit hall passes that are available to members who register by Dec. 11.

Online registration deal details include:

  • Hotel Rooms Less Than $200 a Night — Register and Request Housing

    Rooms at most of the Las Vegas hotels in the NAHB convention hotel block are still available from $32 to $199 a night, with the price depending upon the hotel, for members who register for the show and their hotel. These rates are only guaranteed to attendees who register for IBS early. Room deposits for registrations made early will not be charged until December. These rates are only available online.

  • Free Exhibit Passes for NAHB Members — Register by Dec. 11

    NAHB members will be able to walk the show floor for free all four days of the show, if they register by Dec. 11. More than 1,000 exhibitors will feature the industry’s leading suppliers displaying their latest innovations. Show exhibitors will also be available to discuss attendees’ specific challenges. The exhibit pass fee for non-members who register by Dec. 11 is $25.

  • First-Time Member Attendee Registration — Reduced

    Members who plan to attend IBS for the first time are eligible for the first-time attendee registration rate of $100, which enables them to attend any of more than 175 educational seminars and tour the exhibit floor all four days.

  • One- and Two-Day Education Passes

    New at IBS, attendees can purchase one- or two-day passes for IBS education seminars. Passes will be available for education sessions held from Tuesday through Thursday, Jan. 19-21. All seminars on Friday, Jan. 22, are free. To take advantage of these passes, attendees must choose the day(s) they will purchase when registering for the show.


For more information and to register, visit the IBS Web site at www.BuildersShow.com.

 
NBN Tools
Print This Article Subscribe to NBN
E-mail Editor Print ALL Articles Manage Your Subscription

   
 
See the latest in solar technology and learn to build sales with today's solar options
To register, visit www.solarpowerinternational.com
 
   
 
Save Big on HP Business Products
GM’s Authorization Process Just Got a Lot Easier
Save At Least 60% on Select FedEx Shipping Till Nov. 15