Why You Should Attend IBS|KBIS 2019
February 13, 2019

IBS|KBIS 2019 – Why You Should Attend

Design & Construction Week is nearly here! The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders’ Show (IBS) and the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) have partnered to bring together more than 90,000 builders, general contractors, remodelers, designers, and product specifiers from around the globe in a three day mega-event hosted in the Las Vegas Convention Center. With over 2,000 top manufacturers and suppliers set to exhibit in over 1 million square feet of space, if it’s happening in the construction industry, it’s happening at the Las Vegas Convention Center February 19-21.

Grab a map and come prepared, you won’t want to miss a thing! This year we are excited to showcase some new products, including our PCS103 and PCS77A Pop-Up Power Outlets for Kitchens. We have some gorgeous new drawer pulls, like the lovely slender bar pulls, DP252, and some fun new wire managers to show off, like our WM39. Be sure to visit us at IBS at Booth #C9331 to learn more and get the first look at the latest in architectural hardware.

In addition to all the hot new products on display, IBS is also known for its first-rate education sessions. There are over 500 classes and seminars centering on everything from land development and remodels to sales and marketing. Another added bonus of attending the show is the chance to tour the two official show homes both presenting beautifully modern designs and the latest innovations in technology and energy efficiency.

We are always so excited to attend shows and get a chance to meet all of our fabulous customers face-to-face, and we can’t wait to start off our trade show season with IBS next week! We hope to see you all there – be sure to register for free by clicking the banner below!

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