E.J. Krause Will Launch Builder Remodeler Expo Southeast in Atlanta

June 15, 2015

E.J. Krause & Associates launch The Builder Remodeler Expo Southeast March 8-9 at the Cobb Galleria.

The trade show and conference will encompass builders, designers, remodelers, and all those who sell and service the residential building industry.

“Atlanta is the ideal market to develop BRE into a major platform to serve the Southeast’s residential building and remodeling industry,” said Ned Krause, president and CEO, E.J. Krause.

He added, “BRE has already received considerable support from major manufacturers and distributors, as well as industry backing. We are looking forward to a successful 2016 event.”

The southeast region is becoming the fastest- growing residential construction market in the United States.

With builder and remodeler activity at its highest point in six years and continued growth forecasted for the foreseeable future, the Southeast’s residential construction market was in need of a regional tradeshow, according to E.K. Krause officials.

BRE already has gained major support from the industry including The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, National Kitchen Bath Association (NKBA Georgia Chapter) and The Home Builders Association of Georgia.

HomeSphere, residential building’s only digital B2B marketing platform, also has signed on as BRE’s Promotional Sponsor.

“We are in touch with thousands of builders and manufacturers across the country and recognized the need for a networking and educational opportunity that meets the needs of the rapidly growing Southeastern residential building industry,” said HomeSphere President and COO Glenn Renner

He added, “HomeSphere is proud to be part of the solution through sponsorship of BRE 2016.”

In addition, BRE will host a formal two-day conference program starting March 7, in advance of exhibits opening.

BRE is working with supporting associations and sponsors to produce an educational forum complete with CEU credits for specific industry sectors.

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