SSHBA October General Membership Meeting

October 08, 2009

sshbalogo2The Southwest Suburban Home Builders Association (SSHBA) is have it’s October General Membership meeting on Thursday, the 15th at Gaelic Park.  Gaelic Park is located at 6119 147th St., Oak Forest, IL 60452.

The event will begin at 5:30 with an open bar with the dinner program starting at 6 PM.  The panel discussion will be about the ‘state of the industry’ and attendees will be able to submit questions to the panel for open discussion.    For SSHBA members, the fee to attend is $30 and non-members the fee will be $40 per person.

If you wish to attend this event with fellow members, you must RSVP by Friday, October 9th to Shannon by calling 708-349-4242 or by contacting her through the Southwest Suburban Home Builders Association website.

Sponsors to the event include Allegiance Insurance Services, Bank of America, Charter One Bank/ RBS, Diliberto Real Estate Services LLC, Old Second Bank, Sosin & Arnold Ltd. and State Bank of Countryside.

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