Home Builders Association of Delaware Wins Award for Best Local Government Affairs Effort

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The Home Builders Association of Delaware (HBADE) has been recognized for its outstanding Local Government Affairs Effort with an Award of Excellence from the Executive Officers Council (EOC) of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). This award was presented to HBADE for its efforts in defeating a proposed ordinance that would mandate residential fire sprinklers be installed in all new single-family construction.

“It is truly an honor for the hard work and professionalism of the HBA to be recognized with this Association Excellence Award,” said Mike Riemann, HBADE President. “I applaud our association’s dedication to representing Delaware’s home builders and preserving the American Dream of homeownership for all Delawareans.”

The Association Excellence Awards is an annual program designed to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of state and local home builders’ associations and executive officers in the field of association management. EOC membership is comprised of the staff executives who direct more than 590 NAHB-affiliated state and local home builders’ associations representing more than 130,000 home builders in communities across the United States.

“I am inspired by the outstanding achievements of our local associations that won AEA honors this year. Their dedication to excellence, innovation, and community impact sets a high standard for all of us,” said Natalie Fryer, EOC President and Executive Officer of the HBA of Fayetteville. “These associations are shining examples of what can be accomplished with vision, hard work, and a commitment to quality. Congratulations to all the award-winning associations for their well-deserved recognition. Your accomplishments not only benefit your members but also enhance the entire Federation.”
The winning entries will be added to the NAHB website, so that other executives and associations across the country can access and learn from them in order to provide better service to their own members and community.

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