Posted on June 10, 2013 by Mike Means

Countdown to Our Annual Convention

Our annual convention is a little more than a month away. Mark your calendar and make your reservations. We'll be meeting in Grapevine, Texas!

When: July 18-20

Early Bird Registration:        Before July 1 | $249 (spouse included)

Regular Registration:            After July 1 | $309 (spouse included)

Get Relaxed

The Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center provides a family friendly fun and relaxing experience. Hotel guests rated the getaway 2011's #1 Top Aquatic Resort by Waterparks + Resorts Today.

Guests look over items at silent auction that helps fund scholarships at local technology centers.
Guests look over items at silent auction that helps fund
scholarships at local technology centers.

You and your family will enjoy the Gaylord Texan's western-themed 10-acre resort pool and lazy river complex. The family lagoon features a 27-foot-tall winding waterslide, two horseshoe-shaped hot pools and a toddler pool. Shopping, dining, indoor gardens, a day spa and fitness center and our own silent auction are calling your name mention you are with the Oklahoma State Home Builders Convention to get signed up. Rooms are $179 per night. Be sure to reserve your room online soon or call (866) 782-7897. The OSHBA room block is filling up.

Get Smart

We've been working hard to make sure your time is packed with great sessions. Learn about everything from energy efficiency, to soils and foundation design, to the latest in geothermal technology to extended warranties. Visit the calendar tab on our website for the full convention agenda. This is your opportunity to learn about the latest in our industry. You won't want to miss out!

Get Motivated

This year's keynote speaker is sure to inspire you. Dave Mitchell will share with us about the Power of Understanding People. He'll provide insight into understanding diverse communication styles. His laugh-out-loud humor and audience interaction will keep you engaged. Dave takes great pride in using proven principles in applied performance and cognitive psychology and delivering a high impact training experience that is also incredibly entertaining.

Get Certified

As a Certified Professional Builder, you'll be at the top of the Oklahoma home-building industry. By attending the convention, you can earn a year's worth of continuing education needed to qualify as a CPB.

A Certified Professional Builder voluntarily commits to a set of industry best practices. These include carrying workers compensation and general liability insurance, building to required code standards and taking continuing education classes to stay at the top of your field, among other requirements.

All Certified Professional Builders must obtain nine hours of continuing education each year to ensure they are current on industry best practices and new regulations - and this is a fun, educational and easy way to get those hours.

Get Going

Hope to see you there. This year's convention has a lot to offer!

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