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2005 Sunbelt Builders Show Draws Builders And Industry Suppliers To Texas

You can fill a ten gallon hat with everything new that’s going on in the building industry’s southwestern market, and you will find it all at this year’s 2005 Sunbelt Builders Show.

From October 12 to 15, nearly 6,000 housing professionals will converge on the Gaylord Texan Hotel & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, (part of the DFW Metroplex) to experience the latest innovations in home and building products.

Presented by the Texas Association of Builders and managed by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the 2005 Sunbelt Builders Show is co-located this year with the Achieving Excellence- National Leadership Conference. Once there, attendees have an array of resources at their feet. The show features more than 300 exhibitors as well as 40-plus educational sessions on topics ranging from marketing and customer satisfaction to cutting-edge trends in design and building science.

In addition, attendees can sign up for spokesperson training, team planning and professional development courses that lead to designations. Other show highlights include excellent networking opportunities, receptions and tours.

The 2005 Sunbelt Builders Show is not open to the general public.

Registration is now open for members of the home building industry at

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