With competition arising from every nook and cranny, GMs in the building materials industry can find professional security, increase sales and stay abreast of the latest trends by joining an association.
CrossCheck reviewed a handful of representative orgs that support their membership bases while providing brief descriptions, links to upcoming conferences, and the means to join. We highly recommend seeking out and joining one in your region, so much so, that we wrote this successful article: Ten Reasons to Join an Association.
Building Material Suppliers Association serves independent dealers and their suppliers in North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. A merger between the Ohio Construction Suppliers Association and the Southern Building Material Association, the group provides programs and services to help members grow their businesses (membership and events).
Eastern Building Materials Dealers Association is a non-profit trade association founded in 1892 to represent independent building material dealers and their associates in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC. EBMDA was established to foster, protect and promote the welfare and best interest of its members (membership and events).
The Midwest Building Suppliers Association (membership and events) “encourages through all available legal means, the improvement of member’s financial, merchandising and personnel management capabilities,” and endeavors “to represent, inform and assist its membership in legislative and regulatory action at both state and federal levels.”
The West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association (WCLBMA) is a non-profit trade organization that provides legislative and regulatory representation, education and training programs, professional development, communications and industry information, benefit programs, and industry networking and social events (membership and events).
The Mountain States Lumber & Building Material Dealers Association actively serves the building material dealers in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming by fostering, protecting and promoting the welfare and best interest of its members (membership and events).
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