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  • 2018 HBAK Winter Meeting

    HBAK Winter Meeting – See Old Friends/Learn New Things Embassy Suites Lexington The HBAK Winter Meeting will be February 7-9.  Beginning with the Day at the Capitol on February 7th.  That evening we will meet at the Embassy Suites on Newtown Pike in Lexington for a Welcome Reception and much interesting conversation about the meetings with State Senators and Representatives. On Thursday, February 8, we will kick off the morning with committee meetings.  At the Lunch & Learn, we will hear from an NAHB Representative who will let us know how the recently passed Federal Tax Reform Laws will affect our businesses.  At the reception on Thursday evening we will install the 2018 HBAK Officers and also recognize a few of our members who have served above and beyond for our Association.  The HBAK Board Meeting will be Friday morning from 9AM – Noon.  At the board meeting we will hear from Mark Holloway, of Stock Yards Bank, who will discuss the economic outlook for 2018. Also at the Winter Meeting we will have a representative from the United States Postal Service to discuss Cluster Mailboxes and how we can be prepared for this transition.  These topics plus HBAK business and committee reports = one informative meeting! Registration is open on-line at Room reservations can be made by following the link on the website. There you will also find a schedule of events with times/locations Hope to see you at the HBAK Winter Meeting – See old friend/Learn new things! 2018 HBAK Winter Meeting.pdf Click here to reserve a room!!
  • 2018 HBAK Housing Day at the Capitol

    2018 HBAK Housing Day Our most popular event of the year will be held prior to the Winter Meeting on Wednesday, February 7th. Come listen to HBAK's legislative issues and hear from your legislators talk about the 2018 General Assembly. Then take time to meet with your own Representatives and Senators to discuss the issues!    
  • October is Careers in Construction Month

    October is Careers in Contruction Month NAHB is inviting all student members and local associations to join us in celebrating Careers in Construction Month in October. The goal is to get involved in your community to help increase public awareness of the opportunities available in construction trades professions. According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data and NAHB analysis, there were 208,000 open construction sector jobs in June, which marks the second highest monthly count of open, unfilled jobs since May 2007. The building trades offer a great career path. And, the residential construction industry is one of the few sectors where demand for new workers is rising. Let's encourage parents, teachers, counselors and students to take a closer look at the career opportunities available in residential construction and understand that a vocational education offers satisfying career paths and financial gains. Learn more about how you can get involved.  
  • 2018 HBAK Meetings

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