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Find it to be one of the most rewarding BANCF member benefits
Make important business contacts
Help promote your business while helping your association
Just have some FUN!
There are committee openings all year long. Choose from the committees that interest you, and Contact Us
Chair: Scott Gattshall & Vice-Chair: Don Kellogg
Represents the interests of the Commercial contractor, sub-contractor, and supplier providing a forum to discuss concerns and share ideas, and taking a pro-active role on local issues affecting the commercial industry. Holds bi-monthly luncheons - for more information visit our CBC page.
Co-Chairs: Jason Robinson & Barry Billings
Committee members plan and coordinate the annual Family Fun Fishing Tournament, held each spring in Crystal River for BANCF members and their employees. Being on this committee is almost as fun as the event itself!
Chair: Matt Marino & Vice Chair: Jennifer Lyons
Members represent the Association before lawmakers, providing valuable input on proposals affecting the construction industry and the affordability of housing in our community. Members also research and study specific issues, providing critical current information to BANCF members. Areas of concentration include: City Government, County Government, State & Federal Government, and Utilities.
Chair: Erik Anderson & Vice-Chair: Jason Cason
Committee members plan the very “enjoyable” annual Golf Tournament. From securing sponsorships to helping set up the course, the committee takes on an active role on the success of this annual event.
Co-Chairs: Joe Burns & David Hilman
Committee members plan this very popular event in the Spring of each year. Members are responsible for securing sponsorships, promoting attendance and tournament participation. Help set up the day of and during the event. A really fun committee to participate on!
Committee members present a positive message about home building to elementary aged school children. This fun and informative program helps children learn more about what’s its like to be a builder, the importance of school work and about recycling and renewable resources.
Chair: Debby Knopf & Vice-Chair: Sue Fisher
Committee members plan the mixer and help secure items for the Silent Auction. Proceeds from the Silent Auction go towards the education, training and scholarship programs.
As the last big event of the year, Committee members work hard to make all the arrangements for this elegant but fun event including securing sponsorships, decorating and all the other choices to make this event a successful one.
This committee is instrumental in contacting and recognizing new and long-term members.
Promotes recruiting and retention of members including new member drives. Ambassadors and Mentors coordinate member orientation, help members throughout the year, greet attendees at BANCF functions, and encourage participation.
What is a Spike?
A Spike is a member of BANCF who recruits others in the industry to join the association. Every time a new member is recruited, Spike points are earned. (1 for every new member). As the points add up, the Spike receives additional recognition.
Some of the reasons to be a Spike
Nationwide Prestige as a Distinguished Spike Club Member
Increased Visibility, Recognition, and Networking
Opportunities Among Industry Peers
Valuable NAHB Rewards for each Level of Achievement including Lapel Pins, Plaques, and More
Eligibility to Attend the Annual NAHB Spike Party and Enjoy Big Name Entertainment
Local and State VIP Events, Prizes, and Awards
Help strengthen the association – the more members, the stronger voice BANCF has
Spike Recognition Levels
Spike credits are earned by recruiting and retaining members. NAHB recognizes and rewards your membership development efforts with its Spike Club awards program. Awards are earned beginning with six credits and at increments of 25, 50, 100, until All-Time Spike level is achieved at 1,500. To Achieve Spike Status you must earn six credits within two consecutive membership years. (November 1 - October 31). To Retain Spike Status and Become a Life Spike you must earn a minimum of two Spike credits (new or retention) each membership year until you reach a total of 25 credits. Take a look at the many Spikes in BANCF. You could be one too!
BANCF Ambassadors cheerfully volunteer their time throughout the year to make sure all members are taking advantage of the many benefits available to them as members. The Ambassadors are the friendly greeters at the monthly membership meetings, making people feel comfortable and welcome. During monthly phone banks, Ambassadors call members, especially our new members to encourage participation and offer assistance as needed. Ambassadors are a dedicated group as there is a time commitment to be an Ambassador. But the rewards are great and they are truly making a difference. To become an Ambassador, email Danny Raulerson or call 352-372-5649.
|Andreana Graham||Cox Communications|
|Bob Franks||Oelrich Construction, Inc.|
|Brad Stumpff||UF Mover Guys LLC|
|Darren Johnson||HUB International|
|David Hines||Duke Energy|
|Debby Knopf||Millhopper Family Dentistry, PA|
|Elaine Evans||Crime Prevention Security Systems|
|George Barnes||Builders Association of North Central Florida|
|Jane Harris||Florida Credit Union|
|Jerome Guilford||Knight Raven Enterprises|
|Kim Wolfmeyer||Wolf Security Systems, LLC|
|Margarita Purvis||Cox Communications|
|Nicole Rappaport||Florida Legal Title LLC|
|Randi Crews||Florida Legal Title LLC|
|Randi Elrad||Crime Prevention Security Systems|
|Sheila Williams||Partners Insurance Agency|
|Steve Burroughs||Crime Prevention Security Systems|
|Sue Fisher||Avison Young|