|Susan Vernon, APB, and Jeff Cothran address the teams before the shotgun start.|
It was a great day for golf as the 2015 Golf Classic sponsored by Waldrop Heating and Air started at 11:30 with a shot gun start. The event was held at Verdae and included more than 130 players, 50 sponsors, and many volunteers. The event was presented by Piedmont Natural Gas with lunch from Chick Fil A sponsored by Builders First Source. The day concluded with an awards dinner sponsored by Stock Building Supply and dinner served by Travinia Italian Kitchen. There were also awards given to first, second, and third place teams as well as Longest Drive sponsored by GBS Building Supply and Closest to the Pin sponsored by DeckStore.
Congratulations to last night’s winners!
- 1st place and $400 cash prize & Verdae Golf Package- Argos Cement Team- Richard Robarge, Todd Cox, Cass Brown, and Joe Denou.
- 2nd Place and $200 cash prize- The Habitat for Humanity Team- Monroe Free, Tim Brett, Joshua Ratcliff, and Jim Reece.
- 3rd Place and $100 cash prize- The Carter Lumber Team- Daniel Banks, Greg Collins, Matt Demarski, and Darcy Anderson.
Closest to the Pin, sponsored by DeckStore congratulations to Tod Cox
Longest Drive, sponsored by GBS Building congratulations to Matt Wiggins
We would also like to thank our sponsors and volunteers for their help and support in yesterdays event!
|HBA and Habitat for Humanity representatives visit the site of the latest renovation project|
Your Home Builders Association’s Community Service Committee is helping Habitat for Humanity renovate a home in Taylors that will soon be owned by a new, deserving family. This is the third Habitat house renovated by the HBA in the last year.
HBA members contributing to the project include:
- Allcon Roofing
- ACA/ Freewood Contracting
- Hughes Supply
- Palmetto Exterminators
- Waldrop Heating and Air
Thank you to all of those that donated their time and resources to help with this worthy cause.
Waldrop Inc., the holding company for member company Waldrop Heating & Air Conditioning, announced the following promotions:
- Johnny Leazer, Chief Financial Officer
- Dennis Pruitt, Executive Vice President over commercial and industrial construction
- Jamie Poterfield, Executive Vice President over solar and residential service
Waldrop, Inc., was founded in 1970. CEO Bill Caldwell stated that the promotions are the final steps of of the company’s ownership succession plan.
The Southern Home and Garden Show is in the final stages of preparation for its grand opening on Friday morning, September 30, at 10 a.m. But before the show opens to the public, it will open on Thursday evening for HBA members, guests, and community leaders for a preview party we affectionately call “Big Thursday.”
Big Thursday begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, September 29, on the show floor at the TD Convention Center. Extra tickets are available at the door for $20 each.
Big Thursday returns to the Southern Home & Garden Show as a private event held on the exhibit floor. The Thursday evening VIP reception is an invitation-only event for members of Upstate area Home Builders Associations, Realtors, business owners, elected officials and other VIPs.
The Thursday night event will have more of a trade show feel,” said Michael Dey, Executive Officer of the Home Builders Association of Greenville. “We’ve had many exhibitors ask us about bringing back Big Thursday and believe this is the best way to do it. A private reception will allow home show exhibitors the opportunity to meet with builders and other potential business partners before the show opens to the public on Friday morning.”
The theme for this year’s Big Thursday is tailgating. Thursday night college football will be shown in the game zone on the show floor. Live entertainment on the Palmetto Bank stage will feature The Funktion.
Big Thursday is sponsored by Waldrop Heating and Air, Piedmont Natural Gas, Home Depot, TD Convention Center, and Vass Markets. The Southern Home and Garden Show is presented by Charter and produced by the Home Builders Association of South Carolina.
Don’t miss the hottest private party in town this Thursday at the Southern Home and Garden Show.