Kick off Kitchen & Bath Month with NKBA & KBIS!

It’s the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s favorite time of the year, which means October has officially arrived! Across North America NKBA members are celebrating Kitchen & Bath Month. The NKBA has also launched their #NKBAStyleSpotted contest & are giving away a trip to KBIS 2016! And watch for their new hashtag #NKBAWorkWithAPro.


Here’s your chance to get in on the conversation! Co-hosted with the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), @thenkba and @kbis2016 will take over #KBTribeChat on October 7th at 2:00pm eastern time, bringing the entire community together to talk about industry trends and more. Join us for what should be another record-breaking conversation full of industry insight, plus a very special announcement!


Weigh in on the following questions:

Q1) What is the #1 reason to work with an NKBA Pro? #NBKAWorkWithAPro

Q2) What is the most popular #DesignTrend you’ve seen this year? Share pictures! #NKBAStyleSpotted

Q3) How do you keep current in your career? Courses? Certifications? Share with us! #NKBAU

Q4) What new areas of business have you explored lately? Expanded product lines? Outdoor kitchens? E-commerce?

Q5) We are finalizing our Millennial research for our members. Have you adapted marketing for generations?

Q6) State of the Industry Report respondents indicated 60% increase in company revenue in 2014/15. True in your business?


join this Twitter Chat discussion

on Wednesday, October 7th

from 2 to 3pm eastern time

by adding #KBtribechat to your tweets.

Here’s the transcript for this KBtribechat.

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