NAHB Member Benefits Offer Solutions to Help Businesses Thrive
This year, the NAHB member benefits programs are offering more savings than ever before. Whether it’s on your next product shipment, car rental, office supply order or telecommunications upgrade, we have the savings and solutions to help meet your business needs. Here are just a few ways you can save:
When it comes to shipping, NAHB members have options.
We’re committed to helping you solve shipping challenges, save money and reduce stress. From small packages to freight pallets — and everything in between — members can take advantage of our partnerships with UPS® and YRC for convenient, dependable services and tools that make sending and receiving packages easy and more affordable.
Achieve more with savings from Office Depot.
Whether in the front office or out on a jobsite, the NAHB/Office Depot savings program provides the supplies you need to keep your business going. From personal protective equipment (PPE) — such as face coverings, safety googles, ear plugs and hard hats — as well as a variety of cleaning supplies and other business essentials, Office Depot can make it easier to outfit your business with work essentials.
Plan your next trip with Avis and Budget.
You can save money while making your travel experience more comfortable and convenient through the NAHB/Avis and Budget car rental savings program. With the pay-now feature, members can save up to 35% off base rates, plus receive additional offers such as complimentary upgrades.
Get business-boosting technology from RingCentral.
Imagine your team working together seamlessly with all the resources they need to keep conversations moving at their fingertips. Imagine your clients, suppliers and subcontractors connecting with you effortlessly through crystal-clear voice and video calls. Get these features and more when you upgrade to RingCentral’s voice, video and team messaging system.
For more information, visit 1800members.com/nahb or call 800-MEMBERS (800-636-2377) weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., ET.