Annual Buying Show & Shareholders Meeting
Our largest buying show of the year offers a wide range of building products and forest products suppliers who offer special deals and introduce new products.
Our keynote and session speakers are leaders from all aspects of our industry, including associations, manufacturers, member peers and even our own CEO.
A diverse series of seminars, round table discussions, committee meetings, and NextGen program sessions provide members resources for education and training.
A Little Fun
We can’t get together without having a little fun! Golf outings, games, dinners, cocktail parties and live entertainment provide a balance of fun and relaxation.
2022 Annual Buying Show & Shareholders Meeting
FEBRUARY 21 – 23, 2022
Connect, Learn & Celebrate at our Annual Buying Show
We look forward to welcoming our members, suppliers, and staff to our 2022 Annual Buying Show & Shareholders Meeting at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida. For three days we will have the opportunity to connect in person once again with our building and forest product suppliers who have arranged show specials and new product introductions to help you increase your bottom line. Keynote speaker, retired Major League baseball pitcher Jim Abbott, will offer sound advice on adapting to challenges and effectively maneuvering our transformed world, while our series of diverse seminars, NextGen sessions and committee meetings will allow for exchanges of knowledge among industry and like-minded professionals. Because you deserve a reward for all the hard work you put in throughout the year, we will liven things up with a cocktail party, live band, golf outings, contest, and more. These spirited events will help set a positive tone as we transition back to in-person business.
2020 Show Highlights
Our 2020 buying show was a great success. Held in Kissimmee FL, we brought together vendors, members, traders and staff. There was a terrific lineup of seminars, group meetings and keynotes, including Robert Dietz, Ph.D, the Chief Economist of the NAHB. We also had some downtime including a golf outing and a cocktail party with live entertainment from Tess Collins.