International Builders' Show
February 19 - 21, 2019
Las Vegas, NV
FEB 19-21

IBS Store Guest Appearance - Martin Holsinger

Wednesday, February 20 | 10:00 - 11:00 AM

Event Type: Book Signing

Location: LVCC - IBS Store - Grand Lobby

Martin Holsinger

What It's About:

Visit the IBS Store for a meet & greet and book signing with author Martin Holsinger, the host of the Protractor Podcast—a series by contractors for contractors.

Martin Holsinger is a #1 Amazon bestselling author, speaker, and contractor marketing expert. His experience as a residential contractor gives him inside knowledge into an industry few other marketers understand. He primarily focuses on helping contractors build their online presence.

Martin will host a podcast LIVE from the store featuring Special Guests:

The President of Arlington Designer Homes, Andrew Moore, is a Residential Construction Supervisor and a Certified Green Professional. Andrew is a contributing member in the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and the NAHB, having served in leadership roles in both. Further, he has served on many non-profit boards including HomeAid, to help underprivileged families find shelter. He currently serves on the Board of the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization in Arlington County.

Founder and Executive Director of Keep Craft Alive, Rob Yagid managed to earn a journalism degree and swing a hammer under the tutelage of his dad—a master carpenter. What he started as a social media hashtag to showcase pride in construction craft, #KeepCraftAlive has become Fine Homebuilding’s cornerstone industry leadership program, forging partnerships with industry organizations and influencers to build awareness of the problem, surface skills training and educational opportunities, and to fund student scholarships to support those who want to pursue a path in the trades.

The President of A Finer Touch Construction, Brad Leavitt grew up in San Diego where he worked throughout high school as an electrician on Coronado Island. He studied Construction Management at Brigham Young University-Idaho, and subsequently worked for a large custom design-build firm in Scottsdale. He has always had a passion for building, especially for projects that are unique and that require a lot of foresight, coordination, and execution.

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