Hockley, TX – November 6, 2007 – Ted Cummins, CCO, of Morning Star Builders, LTD gathered with more than 300 other custom builders in Naples, Fla., October 26-28, 2007 for the annual National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Custom Builder Symposium. The three-day program designed specifically for custom builders featured high level educational courses, expert speakers and networking opportunities. 


The Symposium featured numerous educational sessions on topics ranging from home design and green building to the top home technologies and trends. Business management sessions offered advice to builders on marketing strategies for a tough market, affordable systems that can reduce overhead, and expenses control techniques.


“The Symposium is an event not to be missed by anyone in the custom building sector,” said Ted Cummins of Morning Star Builders, LTD. “The continuing education opportunities are totally focused on the needs of the custom, one-of-a-kind builder, and the opportunity to network with your peers in invaluable.”


One of the highlights of the symposium was a day-long tour of local homes in all phases of construction built by leading custom builders in the Naples area, sponsored by Lutron. Attendees also benefited from opportunities to network with peers who build in this niche market and discuss common industry issues.


Morning Star Builders, LTD has been building custom homes in the Tomball/Magnolia area for 7 years.