ProDealer Industry Summit early bird registration closing soon

LBM dealers will benefit from sharing insights and best practices from leaders in the industry.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Early bird registration for the 2019 ProDealer Industry Summit ends on Aug. 23.

Those who register by Aug. 23 receive an early bird rate that is discounted by $100.

Set at the Broadmoor resort in Colorado Springs, Colo., this year’s summit is an exclusive three-day educational and networking forum designed to promote the growth of lumber & building product dealers, distributors, wholesalers, and the manufacturers who supply them.

LBM dealers will benefit from sharing insights and best practices from leaders in the industry in a relaxed format that encourages networking and personal interaction.

Several highlights of the conference will include:

  • Colorado Rockies Owner and President of Alvarado Construction, Linda Alvarado, to address leadership and management success;
  • John Burns of John Burns Real Estate Consulting speaks on U.S. Housing Analysis & Forecast;
  • Co-owners of Wheelhouse 20/20to discuss recruitment and marketing; and
  • Cheyenne Mountain Lodge Networking Social Event hosting the Hardwood Ramblers band.

For more information visit the 2019 ProDealer Industry Summit website.

The Broadmoor has offered guests an incredible way to experience the unique beauty of the American West. Today, that tradition is met with warm, genuine hospitality and an unmatched selection of programs and activities that celebrate their magnificent surroundings.
Hike through scenic trails and lush valleys, try your hand at authentic Western adventures from horseback riding and mountain biking, to archery or canoeing on Cheyenne Lake. Stop by Broadmoor Outfitters for expert instruction in fly fishing, rock climbing, falconry and more. Guests seeking a more tranquil retreat can enjoy our resort pools and pampering treatments at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Broadmoor Spa. This resort has something for everyone.



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