Thursday, August 4, 2011

Make plans to attend the 21st Century Building Expo & Conference

Registration for the Southeast’s premier home building tradeshow, the 21st Century Building Expo & Conference, is officially open. We invite builders, remodelers, subcontractors, realtors and other industry professionals to attend the 21CBEC in Charlotte, NC, September 14-16.

The 21CBEC is your chance to see a large array of the products and services available from the industry’s leading manufacturers and suppliers. In addition, a three-day educational conference includes a line-up of more than 50 general session seminars, North Carolina Builder Institute courses and NAHB Education classes.

There are three types of registration:
  • Expo floor only—$10. Visit the exhibit hall filled with more than 200 exhibits showcasing products and services for the home building industry. The Expo floor will be open September 15 and 16. Fee increases to $25 after Sept. 13.
  • Full Delegate—$85. Register as a full delegate and attend an unlimited number of our carefully selected general session seminars. Learn about trends in home building, how to keep your business successful, new marketing techniques, and much more during these insightful seminars taught by nationally-recognized speakers. The $85 fee also includes conference lunches on Thursday and Friday and Expo floor access. Fee increases to $100 after Sept. 13.
  • NCBI/NAHB Course—Fee varies depending on course. If you are working on an NAHB or NCBI designation, the 21CBEC offers three days of courses to help get you well on your way. The Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) course also will be offered. Course fee includes course materials, unlimited general session seminars, conference lunches on Thursday and Friday, and the Expo floor.
Online registration is easy. Go to and click on Attendees.

SPECIAL PROMO CODE ALERT! Enter promo code L3400 and receive $10 off your registration fees! This will make the Expo Floor FREE or take $10 off your conference registration fees.

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