NAHB Wants to Know: What Does Membership Mean to You?


The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has partnered with mRELEVANCE to create a whole new way to win prizes by launching the video contest, “What NAHB Membership Means to Me.” Create and submit your video by Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 for a chance to win gift cards or even be featured in the 2015 NAHB membership campaign!
To enter the contest, create an original video 45-60 seconds long expressing what your NAHB membership means to you and why others should become members, too. Your video can be individual or with a group of NAHB members, funny or serious, musical or spoken – it’s completely up to you! Post your video on YouTube with the tag #NAHBWantsYou or email it to [email protected], and complete the submission form at by Feb. 13. Winners will be announced on Friday, Feb. 20, 2015 via NAHB’s social media.
For a little inspiration, check out the above video by NAHB and mRELEVANCE staff members. They’ll tell you all the details of the contest – to the tune of Kesha’s song “Timber.” There’s even an appearance by Pitbull, played by NAHB membership chair Michael Kurpiel!
One individual and one group winner will be selected from each of the following categories: Most Viewed Video, Most “Liked” Video on Facebook, Most Creative Video, Most People in Video, Best Video from an HBA (groups only) and Best Video from a Council (groups only). These winners will receive gift cards and the top videos overall will be featured in the 2015 NAHB membership campaign. For additional information, visit
*This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or in association with Facebook, Twitter or YouTube. To enter, load a video to a local home builder association’s YouTube account or personal account, and complete the form For an alternate entry method, send videos and first name, last name and email address by email to [email protected], or on a disk or USB flash drive by registered mail to 1201 15th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20005. Information is believed to be accurate but is not warranted. Subject to error, changes, omissions and withdrawals without notice.