Build Your Knowledge at the Custom Builder Symposium
Each year, custom home clients raise the bar on what they expect of your business and those one-of-a-kind homes you build. Likewise, you’ve got to keep expanding your knowledge base to deliver on their expectations and ensure your profitability. Get the skills you need at the 2004 Custom Builder Symposium, the only event offering world-class education, exceptional networking opportunities, and fun-filled activities for custom home builders.
“Beyond the Tool Belt” is the theme of this year’s Symposium, which will be held November 12-14 at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, CA. Here’s what’s new for 2004:
- Keynote speaker Bryan Williams of The Ritz-Carlton will share the organization’s best practices and explain how to create a culture of service excellence.
- Certified Graduate Builder (CGB) Designation Courses will be offered during the Symposium at no additional charge. The courses also are approved for Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) credit.
- Daily roundtables will give you the opportunity to discuss hot topics and solutions to business challenges with other custom builders.
- The first ever Symposium Golf Tournament will be held at the challenging Ted Robinson designed course located right at the resort.
When you’re ready to take a break from learning and networking, you can unwind in the resort’s full-service spa and fitness center; explore Palm Springs via horseback riding tours of nearby Indian Canyons or by hot air balloon over the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains; and view the area’s most innovative custom homes along the Andersen Home Tour.
Put the 2004 Custom Builder Symposium on your calendar whether you’re thinking of getting into the custom home building business, or you’re already a seasoned builder, remodeler, general contractor, architect, sales professional, or marketing professional, or you want to sell products and services to these professionals.
Register today to guarantee your spot! Go to www.nahb.org/custom to register for the Symposium or receive more information. Questions? Need more information? Contact the NAHB University of Housing’s office of the registrar at 800-368-5242 x8338, or at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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