Home Builders Show Set for Next Month in Orlando
Orlando, FL With the building market continuing to demonstrate continued resiliency and strength, organizers are looking forward to a strong home-building trade show and educational conference here next month.
The 2005 International Builders' Show (IBS) is scheduled to take place Jan. 13-16, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. The show, which has important implications for the kitchen and bath market, is moving to Orlando after a several-year run in Las Vegas.
Produced by the Washington, DC-based National Association of
Home Builders (NAHB), the home building industry's premier trade
show and conference is expected to attract more than 90,000
attendees from 100 countries, according to the NAHB
Among the expected attendees will be builders, developers and remodelers, including many with strong ties to the kitchen and bath market.
The show will feature the residential construction industry's largest new product and services showcase, featuring more than 1,500 exhibitors offering products and services that encompass every facet of the residential building industry, the NAHB said.
The IBS will also host more than 200 educational seminars on topics ranging from construction codes and standards to land development and business management, as well as home tours and special events.
Additional information can be obtained from the NAHB, or by visiting the association's web site, at www.nahb.org.