July 2019 Meeting & Annual Food Drive

 

July 17, 2019
6:00 PM PDT - 8:30 PM PDT
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Slaughterbeck Floors, Inc.
730 Camden Ave Ste A
Campbell, CA 95008
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Monthly Chapter Meeting open to all members and prospective members. Join us for networking, dinner and an educational program!

Come earn your 2019 Meta Participation Credits & CEUs. Click here to learn more.


We also offer a membership orientation meeting at most of our meetings at 5:40 pm. This can be a great way to learn more about NARI membership and what it can do for you including certification programs. If you are interested, can select "Yes" for orientation during your meeting registration.


Technology in Remodeling - Product visualization tools from cabinets to floors and more...

More and more remodeling industry pros are adopting software, apps, and other technologies to help their clients visualize their remodeling project. The industry is exploding into new realms with the technology of today including gadgets that have lent a whole new perspective to the design and building process. Come join this chapter meeting and witness 2 presentations from our member professionals, Joan Slaughterbeck of Slaughterbeck Floors Inc. and Patty Hayos of Signature Kitchen & Bath Design, who will show different manufacturer tools available to help clients visualize their new space. Specifically, Joan will present new technology to help contractors know when subfloors are ready for hardwood installation and how they can monitor the conditions--- even after the floor has been installed----from their office, no more trips out to the job!! 

 


our second annual chapter food drive 

1 in 3 kids in Silicon Valley is at risk of hunger

NARI Silicon Valley continues to connect to our community! We are having our 2nd annual canned food donation drive. You are welcome to drop off your items at Slaughterbeck Floors from July 15-July 19 or bring with you to the July 17 chapter meeting. We hope you are able to participate. Help us reach our 100 lbs goal! See our chapter team page here to see our progress on reaching this goal.

Second Harvest Food Bank is leading local efforts to ensure that any child who needs a healthy meal can get one. With our help, they’ll distribute more nutritious food, help more families eat healthier and connect more kids and families to the nutritious meals they need at school and during the summer.

Thank you for helping kids realize their full potential and pursue their dreams!

Here is what they can and cannot donate:
Canned tuna, chicken or salmon

Peanut butter
Meals in a can (soup, stew, chili)
Low-sodium canned vegetables
Canned fruit in its own juice or water
Olive or canola oil
Spices (cinnamon, chili powder, cumin, salt-free spice blends)
Canned foods with pop-top lids
Low-sugar whole grain cereals
Healthy snacks (granola bars, nuts, dried fruit)

Please do not donate:
Sugary foods or beverages like soda, candy or donuts
Avoid donating items packaged in glass


Speakers: Joan Slaughterbeck and Patty Hayos

Generously Sponsored by: Slaughterbeck Floors Inc and Signature Kitchen & Bath Design

 

 

Cancellation/Refund Policy: You may cancel up to 24 hours before the meeting begins and request to receive a full refund or have credit applied for a future meeting (except Meta Gala) in the same year. No shows or same-day cancellations will not receive a refund.

Prospective Members/Returning Guests Policy: Prospective guests will be allowed to attend their first 2 chapter meetings at no charge (this is limited to 2 people from the non-member company). After their 3rd chapter meeting, prospective members need to pay the current non-member rate before deciding to join. After their third meeting, if prospective members have not joined, their name(s) will be removed from the meetings e-mail list.


Thank you again to our generous sponsors, University Electric Home Appliance Center, Rigg's Distributing, Mode Distributing Vent-A-Hood, and Water Incorporated, for hosting this year's joint chapter meeting with NKBA Northern California Chapter. The catering dinner and the joint networking opportunity were a hit! Our first 2019 silent auction was a great success and we were able to provide a generous donation to Turning Wheels for Kids. And a big thank you to our speaker, Dr. Robert Eyler, who received outstanding feedback by the attendees on his topic of An Economic Outlook for Remodeling and the US Economy. His presentation will be provided to the attendees.

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Tickets

$45.00 Member Registration (1st registrant)-member login
$35.00 Earlybird rate before July 13

$45.00 Member Registration (1st registrant)-no member login
$35.00 Earlybird rate before July 13

$15.00 Additional Member Staff Registration (after 1st registrant)

$0.00 Prospective Member Registration [2 complimentary meetings]

$0.00 Board Member Registration

$0.00 Meeting Sponsor Registration