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Stirling Properties’ Donna Taylor Earns ICSC Designation

Stirling Properties is pleased to announce that Donna Taylor, Senior Vice President of Asset Management & New Business, has earned the International Council of Shopping Centers… 109 more words

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An Overview of Physical Therapy Designations

Howie Bartz graduated third in his class at Daemen College, in Amherst, New York, where he earned a degree in physical therapy. For more than five years, Howie Bartz served as the sole owner and operator of two outpatient physical therapy centers. 159 more words

Howie Bartz

Seven Quick Tips on How to Engage in National Designation Month

National Designation Month promotes ongoing education in the housing industry, recognizing designee achievements and educating the public on the value of professionals with NAHB designations. As the housing market improves, baby boomers retire and green building grows, designations give housing professionals the special skills and industry knowledge clients want. 334 more words


Texas Custom Builder Says GMB Means Credibility

Everything is bigger in Texas, even professional designations.

Given the choice to pursue NAHB’s Certified Graduate Builder (CGB) designation or the more complex Graduate Master Builder (GMB) 528 more words

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Alabama Remodeler Honored as CGR of the Year

NAHB has named Bob McKay, CAPS, CGB, CGR, a remodeler and builder from Birmingham, Ala., the 2013 Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) of the Year. The CGR is one of the top designations a remodeler can achieve. 201 more words


Calling All Plumbers: Get Your CAPS Here

It’s National Designation Month, when NAHB pulls out all the stops to encourage members (and others) to get serious about their commitment to education and professionalism by… 375 more words


Get Involved: March is National Designations Month!

Whether you are a CAPS, CGB, CGR, CGP, MIRM or hold another NAHB designation, now is the perfect time to spread the word about it. Let your current or potential customers, colleagues, fellow HBA members and local media know what being a designee means. 149 more words