Thursday, August 13, 2015

Make Your Reservation and Mark Your Calendar for September's Modular Boot Camp

The number of builders and factory attendees is growing. 

With only 50 total seats available, don't wait to long to get a place at the "First Ever" Modular Home Builder Boot Camp is fast approaching and the speakers are lined up, the room is ready and the buffet will be packed with the best PA Dutch food. Join with your fellow builders for the first ever Modular Home Boot Camp.

The date is Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at the CountryCupboard in LewisburgPA. The Boot Camp runs from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM.  Cost is only $99 per person.  CLICK HERE to Register.

Schedule of Events:

8:30 AM - 8:50 AM    Continental Breakfast
8:50 - 9:00                   Welcome by Gary Fleisher, the Modcoach
9:00 - 10:30                 Steve Snyder, Attorney to the Modular Industry
​10:30 - 11:00               Break
11:00 - 12:00 PM        Tifanee McCall, RWC expert for Modular Industry
12:00 - 1:00                 Unlimited Buffet Lunch and Networking
1:00 - 2:00                   Tom Hardiman, Executive Dir of MHBA
2:00 - 3:30 PM            Scott Stroud, Builder Radio

The Boot Camp is open to all modular home builders and modular factory owners, management and sales staff. Seating however is limited to the first 50 people, so make your reservations today.

Your Boot Camp Leaders:

Steve Snyder, Attorney at Law

“A Hard Look at Modular Home Builder Contracts, the Do’s and Don’ts”

Steve Snyder is licensed to Practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and available Pro Hac Vice (for individual cases) in other states. He has been in private practice since 2003, after graduating from Widener University School of Law.

Commercial and Residential Construction – A considerable portion of Steve’s current law practice concentrates on complex civil matters in the residential and commercial construction and land development industry, including land use, zoning and subdivision, commercial and residential construction, environmental law, administrative law, state and federal regulatory compliance, state and federal tax law (with an emphasis on modular construction sales and use taxes).

“Expressed Written Warranties and the Benefits, Limits of Liability 
and Cost/Time Savings for Service”

Tifanee McCall is an Account Executive for RWC. RWC provides a written, third party insured warranty program for builders and manufacturers of new homes. We also have warranty programs for that are approved for government backed loans (FHA, Rural Dev., VA, USDA). In conjunction to the warranty program, I am able to provide training for the homebuilder to enhance or establish a cost effective and time efficient plan.

“The Future of Modular Housing and Your Role in It”

Tom Hardiman has been the involved with the modular construction industry since 2004 as the Executive Director for the Modular Building Institute, the trade association serving the non-residential modular industry in North America.  In this capacity, Hardiman manages the day to day operations, is Director of Government Affairs, and serves as a registered lobbyist with the United States Congress.  In 2012, Hardiman formed his own non-profit management company with his partner Steven Williams.  In addition to managing MBI, Hardiman-Williams began managing the activities of the Modular Home Builders Association (MHBA). The MHBA works closely with modular home builders and factories in understanding the laws effecting the industry. Under Tom's time with the MHBA membership has grown rapidly.

“Modular Marketing - Why Marketing Matters 
and How to Ensure Measurable Results”

Scott Stroud has been immersed in factory-built housing for over 30 years.  He is Business Development Manager for Power Marketing & Advertising, a premier marketing firm specializing in new home marketing, and co-founder and host of BuilderRadio’s Selling More Homes Podcast - the #1 ranked podcast for new home sales professionals.  Scott is an Infusionsoft Certified Partner and helps builders and manufacturers get more qualified leads from their marketing investment.

Seating is limited to the first 50 people, so act today. CLICK HERE to make your reservations. Special Hotel Rates for anyone needing to stay overnight.

1 comment:

josh margulies said...

i am very much relieved to hear of governer hogan of maryland reaching out to "lisencees" throughout the state!

i urge all members from all states to support and stay very VERY close to the state's newly formed Commission for Regulatory Reform. Gary, you may want to post a few links from your site. i regard the hogan meetings as a wonderful thing - i am planning to attend as i hope it shall be a religious experience after so many years of abuse. soo much work to do.