Call for Papers Announced for TecHome Builder Conference and Expo

Inaugural Event Seeks Presenters for Homebuilder Technology Conference

Framingham, MA - August 24, 2004 - EH Events & Education has announced the Call for Papers for the inaugural TecHome Builder Conference and Expo (TBX), which will debut May 18 -20, 2005 in Phoenix, Arizona. The three -day conference program will focus on technology for the homebuilder.


TBX will provide comprehensive education for builders looking to implement technology solutions into their businesses and into their building projects. Following are the subjects that will be covered.

- - TecHomes and Communities: This seminar track will provide instruction on incorporating technology in new homes and communities to increase sales and profits. Sample titles: Dedicated Home Theater Rooms; Structured Wiring Standards; The Appeal of Multi -Room Audio; Benefits of Fiber To The Home Community -Wide Infrastructure; Community Intranets

- - Tech Sales and Marketing Solutions: This seminar track will teach builders how to use information technology to sell and market new homes effectively. Sample titles: Best Selling Builder Websites; Computer Aided Site Selection; Online Sales and Marketing Tools; Automated Options Selection; Virtual Reality for Community & Home Tours

- - Tech Management Solutions: This seminar track will cover how using information technology can increase field and back -office productivity. Sample titles: Advanced Building Accounting Automation; Handheld Project Management Solutions; Automated Master Scheduling and Tracking

Experienced instructors with knowledge on information technology solutions for builders and incorporating electronics and other technology products in homes and communities are encouraged to submit an abstract for consideration. The TBX conference program will consist of sixty and ninety -minute seminars, as well as full -day workshops.

Interested candidates should contact Nancy Franco, or visit www.tbxweb.com/cfp for more information and to complete the application. Abstracts for TBX are due October 12, 2004.

About TBX
Sponsored by market leading TecHome Builder magazine, the TecHome Builder Conference & Exposition (TBX) will bring the brightest minds, best implementers and strongest solution suppliers together to identify paths to progress for all. TBX will feature the most comprehensive education program on technology for builders in the nation. The event will attract a projected 1,500 attendees and approximately 100 exhibitors. TBX - May 18 - 20, 2005, Phoenix, AZ

About EH Events & Education
EH Events & Education develops and produces world -class trade shows, conferences and events for technology industries. The group is staffed by talented, seasoned exposition professionals with expertise in operations, marketing, conference management, customer service, account management, strategic planning and the technology markets. EH Event's & Education's Electronic House Expo (EHX) was named the fastest growing show in America by Tradeshow Week magazine in 2003, and both EHX Spring & Fall were named among the fastest 50 growing tradeshow by Tradeshow Week magazine in 2004.

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