Tracy Burleson Building with Natural Gas

Builder confidence in the single-family home market continues to rise for the fifth straight month. In September, it reached its highest level since June of 2006 and at the same time, housing starts increased in the single-family sector.

NAHB IBS 2013 logo Building with Natural GasWith these positive signs in the residential housing market, the American Gas Association (AGA) is preparing for the National Associations of Home Builders’ International Builders’ Show to be held January 22 – 24, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV. The International Builders’ Show is America’s largest annual residential housing construction trade event for home constructions products and services. In 2013, an estimated 50,000 home builders, remodelers, architects, developers, building material dealers and distributors will attend from across the country to learn about new products, new technologies and new marketing ideas.

Partnering with natural gas utilities, gas appliance manufacturers and the propane industry, AGA will have more than 2,500 square feet of display space and a new booth featuring the latest technologies in the gas industry. It is only 100 days from the start of the show, so make sure to make plans now to join us at this exciting event. For more information visit www.buildersshow.com.

Tracy Burleson

About Tracy Burleson

As Communications Director for the American Gas Association, Tracy serves as editor and publisher of American Gas magazine. In addition, she works to increase the visibility of natural gas in the residential market with a focus on opportunities to expand the use of natural gas in new construction. Her other responsibilities include projects to expand AGA’s work in the international energy community. Previously, Tracy served as director of residential programs at the Propane Educations & Research Council for nine years where she planned and executed the annual marketing and communications programs and instituted a formal training program for construction professionals. Tracy started her career as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Masters of Science in Consumer Sciences from the University of Alabama.
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