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NLBMDA ProDealer Industry Summit
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MLA Fall Fling
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[September 15, 2014] Purchase the NEW Forklift and You Online Training Course today! For a limited time the Forklift and You Online Training Course will be available to NLBMDA members at a special introductory rate of ONLY $25.00! So don't delay and click here to make your purchase today before this offer expires. Read More
Top 5 OSHA Citations in the LBM Industry: Are you at risk? Sign Up for Webinar
[September 12, 2014] What are the top 5 OSHA citations for the building materials industry and what if OSHA shows up at your door? Are you safe and prepared for an OSHA inspection? Come to Part One of NLBMDA's webinar series September 23 or 26 to learn exactly what OSHA is citing our industry for, hear how you can get into compliance, and be prepared for an inspection. This is part one of a two part webinar series covering the top 10 citations in the LBM industry. Part one will cover the top 5 citations. Read More or Register.
[September 4, 2014] The ProDealer Industry Summit will be held at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California from October 28-30 with top LBM leaders, manufacturers, and industry experts from across the country. The Industry Summit is an exclusive three day educational and networking forum designed to promote the growth of lumber & building product dealers, distributors, wholesalers, and the manufacturers who supply them. Read the Top Ten Reasons to Attend!
NLBMDA wants to give you the tools you need to engage your elected officials during their campaigns as members of the House and Senate return to their districts/states.Click here for all the materials you need to set up a great visit and helpful talking points.
Act Now by Contacting Your Representative
The House of Representatives should move forward and approve the Marketplace Fairness Act (H.R. 684), or other online sales tax reform legislation, which would level the playing field between local retailers like lumber yards and out-of-state Internet retailers. Online-only retailers are exploiting a massive loophole by not collecting sales tax at the point of purchase despite the fact that the tax is still due. The Marketplace Fairness Act helps fix this antiquated system and makes it fairer so the same rules that apply to local retailers apply online. Click here for more details.