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Online registration for the 2011 NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Orlando on Jan. 12-15 — the single, most important and largest industry event of the year — will open on Monday, Aug. 2.
Industry professionals who register for the show by Aug. 31 can take advantage of heavily discounted registration pricing (four days of exhibits and education), saving $100 on early-bird registration and $130 on regular registration.
Another option for NAHB members who register during August is a free four-day pass to the exhibit floor.
In addition, spouses of members and non-members can register for free in August.
Specific online registration deals include:
Free Exhibit Pass for NAHB Members — Register by Aug. 31
NAHB members will be able to walk the show floor for free all four days of the show, if they register by Aug. 31. More than 1,000 exhibitors on 500,000 square feet of exhibit space will feature the industry’s leading suppliers displaying their latest innovations. Show exhibitors will also be available to discuss attendees’ specific challenges.
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 education sessions and tour the exhibit floor all four days.
One- and Two-Day Education Passes
Attendees can purchase one- or two-day passes for IBS education sessions. Passes will be available for education sessions held from Wednesday through Friday, Jan. 12-14. All seminars on Saturday, Jan. 15 are free. To take advantage of these passes, attendees must choose the day(s) they will purchase when registering for the show.
NAHB Finance Pavilion Returns to IBS
The NAHB Finance Pavilion — which will give NAHB members the opportunity to meet individually with a variety of capital sources and financing advisors to explore financing solutions for their projects through debt and equity positions, joint ventures and partnerships and traditional sources of housing credit — returns to IBS and is open only to members who purchase the $50 Pavilion upgrade to their full IBS registration.
These attendees will have access to the Pavilion all four days of the show and will receive an invitation to an exclusive Finance Pavilion-only networking event to be held during the show.
For more details on IBS registration fees and deadlines, click here.
For more information on IBS — and to register beginning Aug. 2 — visit www.BuildersShow.com.