H B OME UILDERS A SSOCIATION NEWSBRIEF The Official Newsletter of the Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest IL The Voice of the Homebuilding and Remodeling Industries in Southwest Illinois. Representing Bond, Calhoun, Clinton, Greene, Jersey, Madison, Monroe, Randolph and St. Clair Counties January 2016 issue www.hbaswi l .org HBA Presidential Year in Review This year has been full of accomplishments for our industry that has just begun its recovery from the weakest housing market in our associations history. The relationships we have with our local Government Officials is very important and continues to become one of our biggest strengths. Chris Jones 2015 HBA President C.A. Jones This year we worked very closely with Madison County to bring the I-55 Corridor Project into a much better development code for our Builders, continuing talks with our State Representatives and Senators about employee classification has been productive with helpful changes to the Act and working with municipalities adoption of newer codes to remove mandatory residential fire sprinklers has proven that our common goals to keep our industry thriving in the Metro East is a team effort that has been successful. As our Committees and Councils focus on the events, regulations and information that keeps  Installation Banquet & PAC Pre-Party Invitations  Holiday Party Review  Industry/Business Resources Event  2015 Illinois Energy Conservation Code Information  2016 New Illinois Laws  2016 Spring Home Show Info the HBA moving forward we had quite a few of our members come together to help in other areas showing off their renovation skills at the Belleville Humane Society, awarding two $500 scholarships to deserving local ladies going into the trades, donating to the Collinsville Area Vocational Center and several other recent donations for deserving families for the holidays. A few new events were offered bringing some new faces such as the High Octane Challenge at the Gateway Motorsports Kartplex and STL Cardinal Game gathering. We also had some firsts with luncheons featuring Mayor Patton from Edwardsville and Mayor Daughtery from Mascoutah. One of the biggest surprises probably was the lip sync entertainment at Trivia Night. Staff continues to serve our organization in a professional and efficient manner, please lean on them all you want. It has been an amazing year to be President of this organization. I greatly appreciate your support throughout this year and for your continued dedication to the HBA. IN THIS ISSUE  2016 Spring Home Show Guide Rates  Membership update  2016 Annual Sponsor Opportunities  Annual Sponsorship Recognition  Many Industry Updates  January Calendar

Southwest Illinois Home Builders Association Political Action Committee Warmly invites you to the Government Official Reception A private pre-party event to meet with local Government Officials From 5pm to 6:30 pm Friday, January 29, 2016 Four Pointes by Sheraton 319 Fountains Parkway, Fairview Heights Open bar and hors d’oeuvres Please respond before January 20, 2016 Send to: HBA, 6100 W. Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 - fax (618) 343-6335 - ph (618) 343-6331 Name(s): ___________________________________________________________________ Company: __________________________________________________________________ Number of Reservations: ___ @ $100 for individuals ___ @ $150 for couples Total Amount Paid: $ ________ Payment by check enclosed ___ Please bill me ___ If you would like to pay by credit card, please complete the following: Visa/Mastercard Card Number: ___________________________________________ credit card payments will include an additional 4% convenience fee Exp. Date: _______ Signature ________________________

Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest Illinois Cordially invites you to the Installation of Officers & Remodelers of Distinction Awards Friday, January 29, 2016 Four Points by Sheraton 319 Fountains Parkway, Fairview Heights 6:00 pm Reception - open bar until 8pm 7:00 pm Program & Dinner - $65 per person Special guests for Officer & President Installation Lt. Colonel Thomas Knaust, SAFB & Robert Plummer EVENTGOLD SPONSORS Barbara Markham Please respond before January 20, 2016 Name(s): ___________________________________________________________________ Company: __________________________________________________________________ Number of Installation Banquet Reservations: ___ @ $65 per person Total Amount Paid: $ ________ Payment by check enclosed ___ Please bill me ___ If you would like to pay by credit card, please complete the following: Visa/Mastercard Card Number: ______________________________________________ credit card payments will include an additional 4% convenience fee Exp. Date: __________ Signature ___________________________________________ Send to: HBA, 6100 W. Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 - fax (618) 343-6335 - ph (618) 343-6331 Cancellation will be accepted 5 days prior to the Event. No refunds or credits will be allowed.

Holiday Party We want to send a very special thank you to those that were able to join us for a wonderful evening! The Weingarten was beautifully decorated and full of fellow members, co-workers and friends who enjoyed the evenings delicious dinner, desserts and wine tasting. Santa surprised everyone and wished them a very Merry Christmas! The evening featured a Silent Auction and a Sleigh of Spirits raffle provided by our Professional Women in Building Council with all proceeds funding the Scholarship and School Project. The PWB also held an impressive coat drive that quickly filled the table with a total of 105 coats and 42 winter items including hats, gloves and scarves that benefited the Cahokia Citizens Food Pantry! A special thank you to our sponsors who made the evening possible! Event Sponsors Wine Tasting Sponsors 4

INDUSTRY/BUSINESS RESOURCES Thursday, January 14th 9am to Noon Arrowhead Building Supply 9669 State Route 161, Fairview Heights, IL $20 per person $40 per company (no limit) 6 SESSIONS - 30 MINUTES EACH LED BY INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS  Seminar Times: 9am ~ 9:30am ~ 10am  Quickbooks Tips for the Trades Presented by Diel & Forguson: Find out how Quickbooks can simplify your day-to-day ordering, billing and collections. Sharing procedure overviews, which QB version benefits your business, job costing, internal and professional reports. Protecting your Assets Presented by Yaekel & Associates: Hear about coverage that is essential to your regulated business. Sharing employment practice liabilities and protecting your bottom line from potential fraud.  OSHA Confined Spaces Presented by OSHA: Learn about compliance with this new regulation for workers performing tasks in work areas that are large enough for an employee to enter, have limited means of entry or exit and are not designed for continuous occupancy. Seminar Times: 10:30am ~ 11am ~ 11:30am  Member Rebate Program Please complete the following information to register Company: _______________________________________ Name: __________________________________________ Email/Phone#:____________________________________ # of attendee (s)______ @$20 per person - $40 per company (no limit) Select the Seminars you will attend (to ensure adequate seating) ___Quickbooks ___Protecting Assets ___OSHA ___Member Rebate Program ___Technology ___Deck Codes ⌂ Payment Enclosed ⌂ Invoice Company ⌂ Charge to credit card* (local HBA members ONLY) *credit card payments will be charged and additional 4% convenience fee Charge to Visa/Master Card# _______________________________________________ Exp date: _______ Signature:_______________________ Cancellation will be accepted 2 days prior to event ~ No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations or no-shows. 5 Presented by HBA: Get information on the latest Member Rebate program allowing Builders & Remodelers to get cash back from over 45 manufacturers products used in your projects without providing a receipt.  What’s NEW Technology Presented by Copious Technologies: Several items to be discussed such as; fundamentals to keep your data protected; all-in-one programs vs. basic program synchronizing; technology costs and remote connections for important office data.  Deck Code Compliance Presented by Simpson Strong Ties & Code Officials: Update your deck structures with information of what local Code Officials are looking for and how proven products can help. Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest Illinois 6100 West Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 Office: (618) 343-6331 - Fax: (618)343-6335 Email: hba@hbaswil.org Website: hbaswil.org

2015 Illinois Energy Conservation Code ~ Effective January 1, 2016 The following information provides Residential Building Revisions in Illinois to the 2015 Int’l Energy Conservation Code that are enforced as the Illinois Energy Conservation Code Get ready, the new Illinois Energy Conservation Code has been approved and the effective date is January 1, 2016. Unlike the 2009 and 2012 code which, combined, raised the cost of construction in Illinois by an average of $16,000 per unit, HBAI welcomes the 2015 code as it brings new options to builders and minimizes construction cost increases. For the first time since 2009, NAHB helped stop the regulatory binge at the International Code Council, while HBAI did the same with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (IDCEO). With two members now sitting on the Illinois Energy Code Advisory Council (IECAC), HBAI defeated all attempts by IDCEO to stay with the 2012 code. Later in the year and leading all the way up to late November, HBAI also checked state regulators from erasing and delaying sensible changes in the 2015 code. Even after final approval of the code by the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR), a final ditch effort was made in late November by IDCEO officials and consultants to delay enactment of the code for six months, and reverse a new option to use the Home Energy Rating System (HERS) rating system. But all of that was turned back by builders, code officials, engineers, and architects serving on the IECAC. NAHB advised HBAI early this year to embrace the new code as long as certain changes in the code were incorporated. Don Surrena, Program Manager for the Energy Efficiency Construction Department at NAHB, drew a road map for HBAI that was successfully used by our appointees to the IECAC; Jason Huelsman and Allen Drewes. HBAI would like to thank the members of the IECAC who worked long and hard over the past several months to create a new code that is a great improvement over the previous code. A special Home Builder thanks to Lisa Mattingly, Administrator for Professional Services with the Illinois Capital Development Board, for her leadership and extensive knowledge on the application of building codes within the residential and commercial construction industries. Finally, did you know, whether a community enforces the Illinois Energy Conservation Code or not, Builders in Illinois are responsible for building to this statewide set of standards. Failure to do so could result in a civil action against a builder by the home owner resulting in fines and payment to upgrade to the standards set forth at the time of construction. Want to know more about the ECC? Contact Don Surrena, Program Manager, Energy Efficiency, NAHB, (202) 266-8574, or dsurrena@nahb.org. 6

Important Compliance Changes Include:  The Energy Rating Index (ERI) has been added as a third option for compliance. RESNET and the ICC now offer a HERS Index Video to explain how it works. The video is posted at: https:// www.youtube.com/watch? v=y1s1s7TEwOvVA. IDCEO opposed this vehemently and refuses to include this in their state funded instruction seminars for builders and code officials.  Basement walls associated with conditioned basements shall have two options for required insulation: 1. Insulation from the top of the basement wall down to 10 feet below grade or to within six inches of the basement floor, whichever is less with an R-Value of 10/13 minimum; 2. Insulation from top of the basement down to 4 feet below grade when the basement wall R-Value is at least 15/19.  Air Leakage Rates shall be tested by a third party and verified as having an air leakage rate not exceeding five air exchanges per hour (ACH) in Climate Zones 4 and 5. The requirement for three air exchanges per hour was advocated by IDCEO. Further details of each 2015 Illinois ECC change are available at the HBA Office 7

Madison County, IL 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2015 LOCAL NEW HOME START PERMIT REPORTS Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug 50 56 31 14 18 11 14 21 11 10 67 59 40 9 29 13 10 24 11 21 76 91 61 32 35 26 32 24 16 36 72 70 66 25 42 33 27 29 67 32 85 90 61 42 34 27 15 23 21 38 85 67 40 39 31 33 26 31 11 33 64 73 59 39 31 29 20 39 22 33 81 54 92 33 31 31 58 37 15 30 Monroe County, IL Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 19 21 13 3 11 5 7 8 2 12 20 17 10 7 9 7 6 8 6 8 23 28 9 10 13 6 9 14 14 8 28 25 14 9 15 13 14 10 13 11 27 27 11 11 12 13 11 7 8 11 26 20 8 9 9 9 9 13 10 16 16 22 16 9 18 8 9 11 7 12 30 19 10 16 12 10 10 18 16 17 St. Clair County, IL Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 142 104 106 93 63 17 50 26 27 30 34 28 87 60 30 49 41 30 30 24 15 129 49 38 78 43 47 39 33 42 134 98 47 50 86 44 40 40 25 38 123 166 149 147 115 100 76 52 51 52 33 40 49 27 55 62 45 51 46 45 46 34 90 48 53 65 41 35 30 34 34 80 40 66 67 43 42 21 33 39 85 59 51 42 45 20 26 34 27 30 80 40 38 34 25 19 22 86 27 22 62 45 33 30 29 16 30 15 15 28 Sep Oct Nov YTD Totals 807 704 572 339 350 258 280 363 243 313 Sep Oct Nov YTD Totals 239 20 13 12 10 9 9 12 10 7 7 17 23 10 5 6 5 7 7 12 12 13 10 8 5 7 4 7 8 8 5 225 121 94 121 89 101 114 103 119 Sep Oct Nov YTD Totals 1385 979 558 488 625 449 388 355 373 355 99 70 59 40 42 40 29 31 35 38 94 51 23 42 34 27 32 23 23 26 121 66 38 38 58 41 27 26 37 34 MarketGraphics provides the HBA with these permit reports. MarketGraphics offers many other housing and subdivision analysis reports. Contact them today to see how that can be of service to you directly. 8


SPRINGFIELD - On Jan. 1, 2016, 237 new laws go into effect in Illinois, including measures that impact fighting crime, government transparency, business, hunting, health, and family. Animals  Humane Care for Animals (SB 125/PA 99-0311): States that, “No owner of a dog or cat may expose the dog or cat in a manner that places the dog or cat in a lifethreatening situation for a prolonged period of time in extreme heat or cold conditions.” Business  Illinois continues to rank near the bottom when it comes to being a business-friendly state. In 2015, however, Sen. Sue Rezin led the effort in one of the very few pro-growth, pro-jobs business reforms passed by the General Assembly during the spring session. SB 1672/PA 99-0463 will allow businesses to file and receive a permit directly from the state, instead of going through the federal government. That will speed up the application time and provide for more certainty for job creators.  Duplicative Small Business Regulations (HB 3887/PA 99-0370): Requires state agencies to examine their rules, administrative regulations, and permitting processes as they pertain to small businesses in order to identify those rules, regulations, and processes that are unreasonable, unduly burdensome, duplicative, or onerous to small businesses.  Equal Pay Act Changes (HB 3619/PA 99-0418): Provides that the Act applies to all employers (currently only employers with four or more employees). Provides that any violation of the Act will subject employers to a civil penalties. Sets different penalty structures for employees with fewer than four employees and those with four or more employees. Committing public policy violations will subject the employer to a civil penalty not to exceed $5,000.  Minimum Wage Employers Negotiations (SB 38/PA 99-0017 – Sen. Pamela Althoff): An initiative of the Illinois FOP Labor Council that amends the Minimum Wage Law by allowing a collective bargaining unit to negotiate and contractually exempt themselves from the hourly wage requirements imposed by the Act. Instead, the union can agree to an alternate shift schedule as allowed under federal law.  Residential Mortgage License Act Changes (HB 3369/PA 99-0015 – Sen. Sue Rezin): Amends the Residential Mortgage License Act to improve the efficiency and include modern best practices in the regulation of the Act.  Title Insurance Fee (HB 3910/PA 99-0104): Provides that each title insurance company fee of $3 per policy is paid by the agent or agent’s parent company. Consumers  Landlords Accumulated Interest (HB 1319/PA 99-0253): Provides that the lessor shall, within 30 days after the end of each 12-month rental period, pay to the lessee any interest that has accumulated to an amount of $5 or more, unless the lessee is in default under the terms of the lease. All accumulated interest that remains unpaid, regardless of the amount, must be paid over to the lessee upon termination of the tenancy. 10

Jan. 1, 2016 new laws continued.. Consumers continued..  Mechanics Liens: Substitution of Bond (HB 2635/PA 99-0178): Amends the Mechanic’s Lien Act to establish a process for a property owner to substitute a surety bond for a mechanic’s lien on the property, thus enabling the property owner to sell or refinance the property. Hunting  Bobcat Hunting (HB 352/PA 99-0033 – Sen. Sam McCann): Amends the Wildlife Code to allow bobcat hunting in Illinois from Nov. 1 to Feb. 15.  Youth Hunting License Age (HB 3234/PA 99-0307 – Sen. Chapin Rose): Raises age cap for youth hunting licenses from 16 to 18. Law Enforcement DUI-related Safety Provisions (SB 627/PA 99-0467): Makes several recommendations based on the Traffic Safety Advisory Committee. Changes include the following:  Requires certain individuals suspected of consuming alcohol to sign the written warning from law enforcement.  Removes “hard time” provisions which currently prohibit driving relief for DUI offenders, and instead allow offenders to apply for a Monitoring Device Driving Permit or Restricted Driving Permit, with a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device.  Requires any offender with two+ DUI or reckless homicide convictions to install a BAIID as a condition of a Restricted Driving Permit.  Requires a BAIID, as a condition of a RDP, if the offender is convicted of DUI involving death, great bodily harm or permanent disability or disfigurement to another. DUI Interlock Device Extension (HB 3533/PA 99-0296 – Sen. Pam Althoff): Requires ignition interlock devices for a minimum of five years on all vehicles owned by a person who has been convicted of a second or subsequent DUI offense. State Government and Insurance  Home Equity Districts (HB 3193/PA 99-0037): Amends the Home Equity Assurance Act to permit Home Equity Districts to create Low Interest Home Improvement loan programs through resolution of their commission.  Reverse Mortgage Act (SB 1440/PA 99-0331): Creates the Reverse Mortgage Act by rewriting the entire reverse mortgage law. Consolidates duplicative and sometime conflicting state laws regarding reverse mortgages.  State Pie (HB 208/PA 99-0364 – Sen. Bill Brady): Designates pumpkin pie as the official state pie of Illinois. 11

For the first time ever, the Home Builders Association of Illinois (HBAI) and the the Springfield Area Home Builders Association (SAHBA) combined their installation of officers ceremonies. The event was held Tuesday, December 8th and was performed by Ed Brady of Brady Homes, who will become President of the National Association of Home Builders in January. Not only does this make history, but also shows how both associations are working together for the advancement of the home building industry. At the banquet, Paul Phillips, 2015 HBAI President, presented a Presidential Citation for exceptional work within the industry to HBASWIL member Jason Huelsman with New Tradition Homes and to Tracy Butler, EO of HBA of Greater Southwest IL. Followed by the installation of the 2016 HBAI Senior officers & Executive Committee (pictured below): President: Dean Graven – Legacy Homes of Illinois with Springfield Area HBA Senior Vice President: Allen Drewes – Old Towne Custom Builders with Northern Illinois HBA 1st Vice President: Debbie Miller – Gary Johnston Plastering & Drywall, Inc. with Northern Illinois HBA 2nd Vice President: Rosie Millen – Heritage Home Décor with Northern Illinois HBA Secretary: Mark Vogt – Vogt Builders, Inc. with HBA Greater Southwest Illinois Treasurer: Pat Franz – Clairmont, LTD with Southwest Suburban HBA Immediate Past President: Paul Phillips – Armstrong Construction with HBA East Central Illinois Area 9 Chairman: Mike Nagel – MAW Chicago LLC with HBA Greater Chicago State Rep. to NAHB: Kevin Chaffin – Riverview Builders, Inc. with Southwest Suburban HBA NAHB Builder Director: Allen Drewes – Old Towne Custom Builders with Northern Illinois HBA NAHB Associate Director: Debbie Miller – Gary Johnston Plastering & Drywall, Inc. with Northern Illinois NAHB PAC Trustee: Mike Nagel – MAW Chicago LLC with HBA Greater Chicago; Paul Phillips – Armstrong Construction with HBA East Central Illinois; Scott Sevon – MAW Chicago LLC with HBA Greater Chicago 12

December 2015 Renewed Members Ameren Illinois Barnes Properties, Inc. Bath Fitter Belleville News-Democrat Broadview Screen Company Carpenters’ Regional Council CertainTeed Corporation Christ Truck Service, Inc. CMI Construction Custom Audio & Video Installations, Inc. First Clover Leaf Bank Fulford Homes LLC Gershman Mortgage Gillihan Concrete, Inc. Kitchen Craft / Lustre Craft Oasis Construction Otten Contracting, Inc. S&S Drywall, Inc. Southwest Il Housing Adv. Fund Southwestern Electric Co-op Thermo-Door Company Thouvenot Wade & Moerchen Village of Shiloh Remodelers Council Belleville Supply Company FCB Banks First Clover Leaf Bank Jacob Sunroom & Exteriors Padgett Building & Remodeling Co., Inc. Yaekel & Associates Cutco Closing Gifts 4818 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108 Phone: (314) 761-5669 Email: cutcoheaney@gmail.com Website: www.cutcoclosinggifts.com Larry Stoner December 2015 New Members Katie Heaney Mattingly Lumber & Millwork, Inc. 410 E Street Granite City, IL 62040 Phone: (636) 343-3877 Email: lstoner@mattinglylumber.com Website: www.mattinglylumber.com 13

2016 HOME SHOW EXHIBITOR & SPONSORSHIP PACKET Available at www.hbaswil.org SHOW HOURS: FRIDAY ~ SATURDAY ~ SUNDAY Feb 26th - 2pm to 8pm • Feb 27th - 10am to 8pm • Feb 28th - 11am to 4pm SHOW LOCATION: Belle-Clair Exposition Hall 200 South Belt East (Route 13 & 159), Belleville, IL (618) 235-0666 Booth Costs $250 to $950 ~ Sponsorships from $500 to $5,000 HBA Home Show Floor Plan 14



Economic Forecast for 2016: Slightly Better Than 2015 Looking at 2016, the domestic economic landscape looks solid, albeit unspectacular. The unemployment rate should continue falling, house prices are likely to rise by 5%, and the economy will be led almost entirely by the continuing improvement in household balance sheets, and in conjunction with increased employment and slightly faster wage growth. Government spending will be slightly higher in 2016 (but not enough to matter), capital expenditures by firms will remain weak, and exports will continue to suffer due to the strong US dollar. The most serious domestic problem is weak inflation, and it should begin to increase. Despite continuing poor global economic growth, the American economy will not weaken, but is also unlikely to strengthen much. 2016 FORECAST With this in mind, I expect full-year 2016 GDP to come in at 2.4%, slightly higher than the expected 2.2% GDP growth experienced in 2015. New housing starts should increase by about 12%, with total starts coming in at 1.25 million. Single-family starts will likely total 830,000, up from 710,000, while multifamily starts should hit 410,000, up from 400,000. New and existing home sales should rise by about 4% and end the year at 6.0 million, with mortgage purchase volume advancing by $60 billion and refinance activity falling by about $250 billion. Housing inventories should jump by about 150,000 units, to 5.5 months of inventory, up from 5.0 months now. Given the continued improving labor market, expect net new monthly job growth to average 185,000/ month, which while down from 205,000/month in 2015, is excellent given the shrinking size of the working age population. As a result, the unemployment rate should fall from 5.0% today to between 4.6% and 4.8% by year end and possibly lower, depending upon the behavior of the labor force participation rate (LFPR). If the LFPR rises, and that would be good, unemployment may end the year as high as 4.8%, but if the LFPR continues to fall, an unemployment rate of 4.6% or even 4.5% is distinctly possible. As for inflation, headline inflation will noticeably increase while core inflation (which excludes food and energy) edges up only slightly. Inflation should rise because energy and commodity prices are not likely to fall further and the dollar is unlikely to continue strengthening. As a result, the downward pressure these forces have exerted on headline inflation will cease and headline inflation, now at 0.3%, should move towards the core rate which is now at 1.3% and will probably rise to 1.7% by year end, which is still below the Fed target of 2%. As a result, the Federal Reserve will have the luxury of time to slowly raise the federal funds rate from where it is now, between 0.25% and 0.50%, to between 1.00% and 1.25% by year end, with a rate increase coming every three to four months. As a result of slightly faster GDP growth and falling unemployment in 2016, 10-year Treasuries will end the year at 2.75% and 30-year mortgage rates will probably hover around 4.5% as the yield curve flattens due to faster rising short-term rates. But slightly easing credit conditions and rising consumer spending due to improving employment numbers and wages will keep the economy and housing market on track despite mildly higher interest rates. Finally, I put the chances of a recession in 2016 at 15% to 20%. So look forward to steady economic activity in 2016 and fear not slowly ascending interest rates. Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D. is President of GraphsandLaughs, LLC and can be reached at Elliot@graphsandlaughs.net. His daily 70 word economics and policy blog can be seen at www.econ70.com. 17

2016 ANNUAL SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE LEVELS As an HBA Annual Sponsor, there are many benefits you will receive throughout the calendar year depending on the level you choose. Additional special benefits and recognitions for sponsors will be developed throughout the year, not to mention the increased business exposure. Recognition you cannot afford to miss out on! HOME SHOWS $6,000 (value $50,000) PLATINUM TIER $1,500 (value $3,000) GOLD TIER $1,000 (value $2,000) SILVER TIER $500 (value $1,000) BRONZE TIER $250 (value $500) All levels are negotiable with equal offerings for different events or promotions. Call the HBA office to personalize your tier.  Banner, newsletter and website logo recognition on home page, membership directory page and home show pages  Full Page Ads in Home Show Guides  Included in print ads, press releases, TV commercials for starters sharing your logo recognition with over 300,000+ consumers in our territory.  Limited to non-competing HBA member companies.  Free Booth Space - Two 10x10 in the Spring and One 10x10 in the Fall and signage/banners at the Home Shows along with admission discount recognition.  Installation Banquet complimentary tickets for 2  Banner, newsletter and website logo recognition on home page and membership directory page  1/4 Page Ad in Public Directory & Full Page in Membership Directory  Touch Program Logo Sponsor  Top Level Sponsorship at Sport Clay Shoot, Golf Outing, Softball Tournament and Holiday Party Event Sponsorship  Banner, newsletter and website logo recognition on home page and membership directory page  Full Page Ad in the Membership Directory  Sport Clay Shoot Station Sponsor, Golf Outing Hole Sponsor, Softball Tournament Concession Sponsor and Holiday Party Wine Tasting Sponsor  Banner, newsletter and website logo recognition  1/2 Page Ad in the Membership Directory  Sport Clay Shoot Station Sponsor, Golf Outing Hole Sponsor, Softball Tournament Field Sponsor & Holiday Party entry for two (2)  Banner, newsletter and website logo recognition and quarterly newsletter half page ad Register your commitment level: ◊ Home Show $6,000 ◊ Platinum Tier $1,500 ◊ Gold Tier $1,000 ◊Silver Tier $500 ◊Bronze Tier $250 ________________________________________________ Name ________________________________________________ Phone Payment Options ___ Invoice Company ___ Check Enclosed ___ 3 month payment option (check or credit card) ___ Credit Card *credit card payments will include an additional 4% convenience fee ________________________________________________ Credit Card# Visa or Mastercard ONLY _____________________________________________________________ Signature Exp Date Complete and return this form by January 31, 2016 to: Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest Illinois, 6100 West Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 Office: (618) 343-6331 - Fax: (618)343-6335 - Email: hba@hbaswil.org - www.hbaswil.org 18 ________________________________________________ Company ________________________________________________ Email address

2016 HBA Home Show Corporate Sponsors OFFICERS President, Chris Jones - C.A. Jones, Inc. 1st Vice President, Jeff Schmidt - RLP Development 2nd Vice President, Dave Padgett - Padgett Building & Remodeling Co., Inc. Associate Vice President, Mindy Shafer - Wells Fargo Home Mortgage 2016 Home Builders Association Platinum Annual Sponsors Secretary, Jerry Yaekel, Jr. - Yaekel & Associates, Inc. Immediate Past President, Robert Dee Jr. - Homes by Deesign 2016 HBA Gold Annual Sponsors DIRECTORS Jason Klein - Ameren Illinois Michelle Null - Benchmark Title Art Stumpf- AUTCOhome Appliances Joel Keel - Custom Floors & More Robb Treat - New American Funding Aaron Klemme - Klemme Construction Beth Jacob - Jacob Sunrooms, Exteriors & Baths 2016 HBA Silver Annual Sponsors Joe Lanahan - Joe Lanahan Construction Services Jason Huelsmann - New Tradition Homes Barbara Markham - RE/MAX Preferred, The Markham Network Mike Rathgeb - Spencer Homes Mark Vogt - Vogt Builders, Inc. 2016 HBA Bronze Annual Sponsors OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE DIRECTORS Joe Knox - Copious Technologies Mark Fulford - Fulford Construction Chris Matteo - Fulford Homes, LLC 9 John Snapat, CAPS, CGR - Fulford Home Remodeling Garrett Johnson, CGP Garrett E. & Herschel E. Johnson R E & Dev Ron Padgett - Padgett Building & Remodeling

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