On Tuesday, October 7th, the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) will host a luncheon starting at 11:30 a.m. at the Irvine Marriott (18000 Von Karman Avenue, Irvine, CA 92612). The purpose of the luncheon is to provide our BIASC members with an update on key industry achievements and upcoming challenges, as well as share the success and benefits of the CBIA Partner Program.
We invite you as our guest to hear about CBIA’s essential work in Sacramento on critical legislation, regulatory relief, and everything else required to preserve this fragile recovery – a recovery that could all too easily be derailed by poorly conceived legislation and regulations.
The Great Recession is behind us, and a statewide housing renewal is underway. But even though the tide has turned, our industry remains vulnerable, and we all need to invest together to ensure the momentum continues. It’s time for us to strengthen our support of CBIA, our state’s principal voice for builders, developers, and all associated trade and service firms.
Your investment as a CBIA Partner pays enormous dividends, whether in entitlement protection, eliminating costly building code mandates, or curbing litigation abuse. Your benefits as a CBIA Partner include valuable passes to key networking events, including PCBC Educational Forums, Hall of Fame Dinner, CHF Annual Golf Tournament and much more. Above all, your investment allows us to continue building homes in the most heavily regulated state in the country.
The companies represented below conduct a significant amount of business in our region, and the more we grow, the more business will potentially come your way. Our companies are also all major supporters of CBIA, invested at the highest levels.
We’re writing collectively to enlist your support in strengthening the recovery and growth of California’s homebuilding industry. What we’re asking is that you join us for lunch for an industry update and to hear more about the CBIA Partner Program.
To RSVP for the October 7th lunch, or if you have any questions, please contact Richard Helton at [masked] or (916)[masked]. We look forward to seeing you there.