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RMC LUNCHEON "Using DiSC in the Sales Process" featuring Michael Pope B.B.A., president of Impact Training &

Development Tuesday, August 9 11:30AM at the HESS Club 5430 Westheimer, 77056 Cost: $30 ($40 beginning Aug 6) Sponsored by: Sherwin-Williams Paint Co.

RMC CHARITY PROJECT Saturday, August 20 at SIRE--Houston's Therapeutic Equestrian Centers 24161 Spring Dr, Hockley 77447 Contact Leslie King at leslie@ or Breck Powers at powers@ to volunteer or donate!


NETWORKING Tuesday, August 23 * 5:30PM at By Design Interiors Free to attend, but RSVP is required at

RMC GARAGE SALE Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 17-18 at the 16th Annual Texas Home & Garden Show, Reliant Center Email Tom Pellegrin at tomp.tcb@ to volunteer or donate!


President: Rob Hellyer, CGR, GMB, CAPS Premier Remodeling & Construction

Vice President: John Gillette, CGR, GMB, CAPS Craftmanship by John

Secretary/Public Relations Co-Chair: Warren Clark BMC Building Materials

Treasurer: John Madsen, CPA Parmet, Chapman & Madsen

Charity Project Chair: Leslie King, GMB, CAPS Greymark Construction Co.

Membership Chair: Judy Crain-Bonica Mainland Custom Marble

Speakers & Sponsors Chair: Sarah Ruiz Ferguson Enterprises

Public Relations Co-Chair: Gonzalo Garcia, CGR, GMB, CAPS, CGP JRG Builder & Remodelers

Education Chair Brandon Lynch, CGP, CAPS Keechi Creek Builders

Garage Sale Committee Chair: Tom Pellegrin, Third Coast Builders

Government Affairs and Special Projects Chair: Jim Nowlin Remodeling Concepts, Inc.

Past President/Mentorship Wayne Ball, CAPS, CGR Lone Star Building & Construction Services




The GHBA is continuously assessing its members services. Due to Houston’s economy and the evolution of the multi-family industry, we have made a strategic decision to discontinue the Multifamily Council.

Article by 2011 RMC President Rob Hellyer, CGR, GMB, CAPS, Premier Remodeling & Construction LP

However, we want to ensure that our members continue to receive the valuable benefits of membership via advocacy and education. The Government Affairs Committee shares many of the same issues and concerns that were expressed in the Multifamily Council, and

will serve as a forum for issues and topics of concern specific to the multifamily community.

Members are cordially invited to the Government Affairs meeting on August 31.

Again, we would like to express our gratitude for your participation and representation in the Multifamily Council. The opportunity to participate in the Government Affairs Committee will benefit you and the entire membership at the GHBA. We hope you take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!



lack for events. The two most recent, Vendor Showcase and AIA Sandcastle, were mostly about having fun. The next two are a bit more work, but fun as well. More importantly, they are about giving back to the community in which we earn our livings.


Our council has thrice been recognized nationally for our charitable projects, with a possible fourth upcoming. This year our chosen project benefits SIRE, a therapeutic equestrian center located in Hockley, Texas. SIRE’s mission is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through therapeutic horseback riding and related activities.

We will be performing a variety of duties so there will be something for

ne thing you cannot say about the Remodelors Council is that we

everyone. Volunteering is both fun and, more importantly, rewarding. The volunteer day is August 20; you will be receiving details/invitations soon. Charity Committee Chair Leslie King is working with the help of Breck Powers in planning this event. Contact Leslie or Breck to volunteer or donate.

The second charitable project is our Annual Charity Garage Sale. We are soliciting donations right now, which will be sold at bargain prices at the home show in Reliant Center September 17 and 18. Committee Chairman Tom Pellegrin is in charge. Contact Tom to make donations or to volunteer to help out. We have raised more than $30,000 in previous years. These funds are used to help pay costs for our charity projects.

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