(New York, NY Dec. 12) – The Associated Builders & Owners of Greater New York (ABO) has renewed its long-term, founding sponsor agreement with BuildingsNY, an annual event serving the small to mid-sized the New York metropolitan buildings and real estate marketplace, being held May 2-3, 2012 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
The ABO's legacy of support for BuildingsNY has helped the event to grow and better serve the product sourcing and educational needs of the metro NY building and real estate marketplace. ABO will continue in its current capacity by providing educational support to the conference program. In addition, ABO offers insights and context to build the event for the small and midsized building owner. These include ways of improving profits; keeping up with city, state and federal codes; landlord-tenant concerns and issues and finding new vendors for open projects. BuildingsNY offers an ideal annual gathering place and platform for its members and NY City building owners and managers to network, find new partners and conduct business.
Since 1910, the ABO has worked to promote the housing industry through education, advocacy, and setting professional standards. It is the Manhattan chapter of the National Association of Home Builders. As sponsors, ABO brings more owners, managers, and suppliers together at BuildingsNY in one day while hosting key industry luncheons, seminars, and meetings throughout the year where industry rofessionals continue to meet, learn, and profit.
"We are pleased to renew our contract as founding sponsor of BuildingsNY," said Michael Kerr, President, ABO. "Our members benefit from the business interactions that happen at BuildingsNY each year. We're proud to support the largest buildings event in the metro-NY area. We believe that 2012 will be a great year for the metro-NY buildings and real estate marketplace at BuildingsNY. We are also pleased to say that ABO members who exhibit at BuildingsNY receive VIP privileges – an added bonus."
"The ABO will continue to provide a guiding hand on the direction of the future of the BuildingsNY event and we thank them for the past and future support," said Christine Ford, Event Director. "Having the ABO membership a part of the all-new BuildingsNY event in 2012 will be truly groundbreaking as we look forward to delivering a relevant, one-stop venue for NY's building
The all-new 2012 BuildingsNY event, being held on May 2-3, 2012, will serve over 7000 small and mid-sized buildings owners and manager with the tools they need to lower their operating costs and source vendors who can help them enhance the value of their building. With new business services vendor and suppliers, attractive and lower cost pricing to participate and the promise of a more productive experience, metro-NY building owners and managers can efficiently satisfy their operating objectives in a one-stop event created with their needs in mind. BuildingsNY 2012 welcomes the input and support from all participating sponsors including its Founding Sponsor, Associated Builders & Owners of Greater New York (ABO) – and new support from the Small Property Owners of NY