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Meyers Research Presents National Housing Outlook To Benefit HomeAid America Jan 10 2018


As HomeAid moves into its 29th year at the 2018 International Builder Show, Meyers Research will be holding another “National Housing Outlook to benefit the charity.  This event, called  "A Look to the Future,”  will be from 7:30 am – 10:00 am on Wednesday, January 10th at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande-Lakes in Florida.

As with other Meyers--HomeAid events, 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit HomeAid America. By sponsoring this prestigious event, your company will reach many top leaders in the building industry and, at the same time, join HomeAid in its efforts to end homelessness for the less-fortunate in our community.

The Keynote speakers for this event will be Tim Costello, CEO at Builder Homesite Inc, who will talk about technological and other disruptions coming to the homebuilding industry. There will also be an elite builder panel that will include HomeAid America Board Chair Scott Stowell, who is the Chariman at CalAtlantic Homes, and others.

Stay tuned for more details!  In the meantime, to buy tickets go to:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-national-housing-outlook-tickets-38597327646?mc_cid=77561b4ccf&mc_eid=e5c058d430



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