ProDealer Industry Summit
October 17-19, 2017
Phoenix, Arizona 

Meagan Johnson, Generational Humorist, for the Johnson Training Group

NLBMDA is excited to announce that Meagan Johnson will be a featured speaker at the 2017 ProDealer Industry Summit in Phoenix. Meagan is a Generational Humorist for the Johnson Training Group, where she challenges her audiences to think differently and act decisively when dealing with multiple generations.  

In Meagan's highly charged, participatory presentation, entitled "Zap the Gap!", she outlines the dominant generational forces in the workplace and how each generation's "signpost" drives motivation, influences company loyalty, delivery of customer service and communication between coworkers. Learn from Meagan what you can do now to make the most of each generation in your workplace! 

Click here to learn more about the Johnson Training Group. 

To learn more about the 2017 ProDealer Industry Summit and to take advantage of the early bird registration rate, click the button below !
 
    
Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunities 
The ProDealer Industry Summit is a national LBM event like no other. It is the only top-to-top annual event and unlike other "trade shows" it is a chance for you to represent your company at the highest level, with the very best LBM dealers in the country.

For details on how you can become a sponsor and/or an exhibitor, please contact Amy Platter at (773) 294-8598 or email aplatter@hbsdealer.com.

For general questions, please contact NLBMDA at membersupport@dealer.org or call (202) 367-2366.
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The National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA) represents its members in the national public policy arena, with emphasis on efforts to 1) promote the industry and educate legislators and public policy personnel; and 2) assist legislative, regulatory, standard-setting and other government or private bodies in the development of laws, regulations and policies affecting lumber and building material dealers, its customers and suppliers. Founded in 1917, the association has over 6,000 members operating single or multiple lumber yards and component plants serving homebuilders, subcontractors, general contractors, and consumers in the new construction, repair and remodeling of residential and light commercial. www.dealer.org.