Summit takeaways

Posted on October 5, 2016 by By Carol Hartzog Communications

Overall shot of 2016 Summit opening session

Attentive audience during the opening session of the 2016 Oklahoma Building Summit & Expo


Editor's note: We asked participants in the recent Oklahoma Building Summit & Expo what they took away from the experience. Here are some of their comments:

 “Add value, don’t cut price, for example, add a fence”Caleb McCaleb, builder on Al Trellis of Home Builders Network on Smarter Responses to Tougher Times.’

Buzz is the feeling” among the vendors of the  annual Summit & Expo – CenterPoint Energy’s Steve Taylor, ramrodding the expo as Associates Council President

“This is something I can take home and apply to business.” – Associate Mark Priess of Thunder’s Pete Winemiller, senior vice president of guest relations, on “Moments Matter! Building a Culture that Employers…”

“Two-thirds of those registered are in the sessions. That’s a good number.” – people-counter Taylor.

“All good.” – Summit council chair Dan Reeves, OSHBA vice president/treasurer who is always straight to the point.

“I was thrilled the vendor booths were all sold out -- about 25 percent more booths than last year. This year, we surpassed attendance numbers, well over 600. I am also excited that this is starting to become the premier educational venue for homebuilders and suppliers in the region.”Kurt Dinnes, OSHBA president

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