Truly building good will

Harrison, NY-based cooperative database firm I-Behavior has a constructive theme for a gathering during the 2005 Annual Catalog Conference (May 23-25 in Orlando, FL). I-Behavior has teamed up with nonprofit Habitat for Humanity International on a project that aims to complete the frame for a single-family home in Osceola, FL, on Sunday, May 22. Participants, who don’t need construction experience, can sign up for the whole day (8 A.M.-4 P.M.) or any part of the day; I-Behavior will provide bus service throughout the day from the ACC convention site (the Gaylord Palms Resort) to the “Blitz Build” site about 10 minutes away; the company will also take care of meals and equipment for participants (for specifics, visit www.i-behavior.com/habitat_reg.htm). So you might consider donning a hard hat and swinging a hammer with this preconference intensive — you’ll still have plenty of time for the conventional cocktail parties during the conference.

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