NAHB Opens Registration for In-Person 2022 Builders Show

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Originally Published by: NAHB — September 1, 2021
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Registration is now open for the 2022 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS), which will be held in-person Feb. 8-10 in Orlando. This premier, once-a-year event connects, educates and improves the residential construction industry by highlighting top products, providing quality networking opportunities and offering top-notch educational programming.  

The show floor will have plenty of opportunities for attendees to explore and network, filled with companies ready to reconnect. 

“We have always enjoyed the in-person trade show experience, as it allows us to meet with many of our valued home builder industry partners and discuss how we can help them build their business,” shared Kelly Safis, general manager of builder sales at Whirlpool Corporation. “We look forward to seeing everyone in Orlando.”

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“Simpson Strong-Tie is excited to get back to in-person events and meet face to face again with our customers, potential customers, vendors and partners,” added Frankie Emerson, senior manager for tradeshows and events at Simpson Strong-Tie. “We are looking forward to the International Builders’ Show where we feel connected to the industry.”  

IBS will continue to offer outstanding education sessions, featuring the latest trends, newest techniques and the most forward-thinking business strategies. Attendees can attend a variety of sessions covering the most important and innovative topics spanning the entire home building industry. 

“After attending IBS in 2018 for the first time, I came home and said to myself that I never wanted to miss another IBS again,” shared Joshua Dean of Precision Homecrafters, LLC. “There is almost a palpable energy in the air the whole event. The energy creates in me a creativity and motivation to lead my business into the new year.” 

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“By being exposed to top-tier education sessions, the latest products and innovations in the industry, and by networking with NAHB and other home building and remodeling professionals, every attendee of IBS is empowered to improve their business and develop personally,” he added. “I cannot recommend IBS enough, especially for those just entering the industry. This experience will make you confident and excited to be in this industry!” 

During September, IBS registrants can take advantage of several registration discounts. NAHB members can receive a free expo pass or a $100 discount off an All-Access Pass if they register this month. For a full list of offerings, including non-member rates, visit BuildersShow.com/fees.