Apr. 20, 2021
This premier, once-a-year event that connects, educates and improves the residential construction industry — is a hub for new product launches, construction demos, industry thought leader sessions, workshops, panel discussions... and more. The people, products and knowledge you’ll gain will give you the real ideas and real solutions you need to grow and strengthen your essential business.
Plus Closets® will be exhibiting in booth S1233 February 8-10 at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), 9800 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819. Grasp the Plus Closets difference — see and touch our products, including the revolutionary 360 Organizer® rotating closets when you visit us in person at the show. The annual event launches with exciting education courses and master classes February 5-7, 2022. These courses give participants the chance to increase their skill sets by delving deep into industry topics, all while earning NAHB CEUs, and in some cases continuing education for AIA and AIBD.
The exhibit floor opens on February 8. Make sure you visit Plus Closets booth S1233 — the most exciting booth in the show! The NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) is our industry’s most comprehensive, business-building event for builders, dealers and suppliers. Whether you’re a company seeking to enter the building industry market for the first time or you're looking for new opportunities to grow and expand your business, IBS is your best chance to reach everyone involved in residential construction. Don't miss this opportunity!
Be sure to select "non-member" when registering if you are not already a member of the National Associaon of Home Builders.
The conference takes place at the Orange County Convention Center February 8-10, 2022.
9800 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819.
NAHB Member attendees are encouraged to book through their HBA blocks since the HBAs had first choice of their hotel preferences early in the year. Please note, HBA blocks have a limited number of rooms and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Individuals that attend, exhibit or work at either show should anticipate that the following protocols (informed by current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) and local Orlando health authorities) will be enforced:
The Orange County Convention Center has established safety measures for visitors including cleaning and hand sanitizer stations throughout the center. Read more info regarding COVID safety measures for this show.