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Lucky Dog! Here’s Your Chance to Bid on a Luxury Green Doghouse for Charity

Hibbs Homes has teamed up with some of the top green building professionals in St Louis to build a high performance, “green” dog house that will be auctioned off Friday, February 1 at the 7th Annual HBA Associates’ Charitable Auction. The luxury doghouse, which is valued at more than $2,500, is part of an annual effort to raise money to benefit charitable housing organizations in the St Louis area.

 

The 7th Annual HBA Associates’ Charitable Auction

Friday, February 1, 2013
6:30pm to 10:30pm

The Columns Banquet Center
(711 Veteran’s Memorial Parkway, 63303)

Tickets are $59 and include open bar and hors d’ouevres

Please contact Tracey Chiesa at the St Louis Home Builders Association
At 314-817-5631 to make reservations

The lucky dog that will call this house home will have a complete green setup that rivals top of the line, high performance homes being built today. Some of the green features of this doghouse include a Velux sky light, CertainTeed Solaris roof shingles, green siding, and Thermasteel SIP’s panels.

Materials and labor for this project being donated for the project by these St Louis green building professionals:

In the past, the annual HBA Associates’ Charitable Auction was exclusively held for the building community, but this year it is open to the public and anyone can have a go at winning this swank, one-of-a-kind lodging for their best friend. Cardinal baseball greats Jack Clark, Todd Worrell, Steve Stopanovich and Robbie McGehee will also be on hand at the event to sign autographs, and several other items will be up for auction including private plane rides, Disney Park Hopper Passes, World Series autographed baseballs, and more. Last year’s benefit raised more than $76,000 for the Home Builder’s Charitable Foundation, which benefits housing related charities and non-profit organizations.

About The Home Builder’s Charitable Foundation

The 7th Annual HBA Associates’ Charitable Auction will benefit the Home Builders Charitable Foundation (HBCF), the HBA’s charitable arm, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance in housing to people or organizations with special shelter needs to further the building industry objective of bettering the community. Since making its first contribution in 1998, HBCF has given more than $1.9 million to 65 local organizations that help those with special shelter needs. All proceeds from the auction go to the HBCF, no contributions are used for administrative or overhead expenses.

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