Northern Virginia Building Industry Association 2021 Industry Impact Report

NOVA BUILD PAC WELCOMES 80+ ATTENDEES TO CLAY SHOOT IN MAY, the NoVa Build PAC held its 2nd Annual Clay Shooting Fundraiser at the Bull Run Shooting Center in Centreville,VA. In addition to networking oppor tunities after too many months spent meeting vir tually, the event was held in order to replenish NoVa Build PAC’s coffers and enable the PAC to suppor t state and local pro-housing elected officials—an especially impor tant goal this year, as all 100 House of Delegate seats were up for election! Nearly 80 shooters attended, with qualified instructors on hand at each shooting station to keep everything safe and friendly. Lunch was served by Brickmakers Catering after the shooting experience and gift cards were awarded in several categories, including Individual High Scorer and Runner Up,Team High Scorer, Most Improved, High Scorer/Woman Shooter, and High First-Time Shooter. Everyone had fun at the networking, skills-building, and fundraising event, and NVBIA will continue the tradition in 2022. CRAWFISH BOIL KICKS OFF FIRST IN-PERSON EVENT OF 2021 ON JUNE 10, 2021, NVBIA members and guests gathered for the Annual Crawfish Boil, welcoming back Truett Young, Stanley Mar tin Homes, Louisiana native and Master Crawfish Chef.The rain held off long enough for a large crowd to enjoy all-you-can-eat crawfish, hamburgers, and hot dogs at Total Development Solutions’ outdoor space, while enjoying the R&B rhythm of Moonshine Society. Thank you to the elected officials who came out from Loudoun, Fairfax, and PrinceWilliam to network and enjoy the fun— we enjoyed hosting you! NVBIA Events Left to right, Matt Kroll, chair of Build PAC, Soledad Portilla, president of NVBIA, and Craig Havenner, past president of NVBIA and Build PAC past chair meet up at NVBIA’s 2nd Annual Clay Shooting Fundraiser in May. 10 | The Nor thern Virginia Building Industry Association 2021 Industry Impact Repor t