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Each and every program and event put forward by the HHA Home Builders Association is done so with the help from our members, who volunteer their time by serving on an HBA committee or council. Participating on a committee or council is the very best way to meet fellow members, grow the association, and help your business. Make the most of your membership...join a committee or council today!
FISHING TOURNAMENT: Plans and promotes the Fishing Tournament to be held in October 2019. Chaired by: Brian Quinn, The Twelve Oaks Group and Bill Ludwig, Pella Windows and Doors.
GOLF TOURNAMENT: Plans, promotes and produces the annual Golf Tournament. Held each August, Golf Tournament is one of the Association’s premier member-only social events. Chaired by: Brandon Edwards, Element Construction.
LOWCOUNTRY HOME & GARDEN SHOW: Plans, promotes and produces the annual Home & Garden Show. Held in March, the annual Home & Garden Show is one of the Association’s premier events. Chaired by: Matt Lyle, Lyle Construction.
LIGHTHOUSE AWARDS: Plans, promotes and produces the annual LightHouse Awards program, including the “Call for Entries”, judging and the awards gala. Chaired by: Dan Monroe, LowCountry Home Magazine
PARADE OF HOMES: Plans, promotes and produces the annual Parade of Homes Tour. Held in March in conjunction with the Home & Garden Show, the annual Parade of Homes Tour showcases the craftsmanship of our area’s builders and homes. Chaired by: Dan Monroe, LowCountry Home Magazine
PROGRAMS: Plans and promotes all monthly membership meetings and social events, including the Sporting Clays
Tournament, Builder Speed Networking, Oyster Roast, HBA Day at Heritage, and Holiday Hoedown. Chaired by: Brian Quinn, The Twelve Oaks Group.
BUILDING CODES & DISASTER PREPAREDNESS: Responsible for serving as a liaison between town and county building codes departments and the HBA membership. Responsible for annual member codes education. Also responsible for the development, implementation and promotion of an HBA Disaster Plan. Works in concert with government agencies involved in pre and post disaster efforts.
EDUCATION: Responsible for identifying, planning and producing ongoing educational programs for the HBA and its membership.
EDUCATION FOUNDATION: Responsible for events and activities of the Hilton Head Home Builders Education Foundation 501(c)(3), which provides scholarships for continuing education for graduating local high school students. Chaired by: Lindsay Edwards, Lowcountry Home Magazine.
EXECUTIVE: Made up of elected officers of the Board of Directors. Provide Association oversight and report directly to the Board of Directors. Chaired by: Matt Lyle, Lyle Construction.
GOVERNMENTAL & REGULATORY AFFAIRS: Responsible for monitoring ongoing activities by governmental councils, commissions, agencies and others impacting the housing industry. Also responsible for monitoring ongoing codes activities that impact the housing industry.
GREEN BUILDING COMMITTEE: Responsible for ongoing development, research and promotion of green building efforts within the local housing industry and HBA.
MEMBERSHIP and MEMBER MENTORS: Plans and promotes membership recruitment and retention activities, new member orientation, ambassadors and other activities to insure continued membership growth. Chaired by: Matt Bader, Full Circle Development.
NOMINATIONS: Members appointed by Immediate Past President. Responsible for the selection, evaluation and nomination of future members of the Association Board of Directors. Chaired by: Mike Saba, SABA Builders.
PUBLIC RELATIONS: Responsible for overseeing and promoting the public relations and community affairs operations of the HBA.
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT: Advocating for trades education and training in the community in order to increase
workforce in the building industry. Chaired by: Linda Klingman, HRCoastal.
(NOTE: Additional dues apply to members belonging to councils of the Association)
REMODELERS COUNCIL: Responsible for ongoing development, research and promotion of remodeling efforts within the local housing industry and HBA. Remodelers Council membership is $50 annually and includes a number of benefits specific designed to promote and aid council members. Chaired by: Lou Peluso, H2 Builders.