Member-to-member recruitment and retention efforts are the largest source of growth. Spikes bring grassroots growth and stability. These efforts lend to the development of the general membership and our leadership pipeline, keeping the face of the association true to that of our industry and the scope of interests we represent.
Spikes are the membership leaders of our association building the voice, power and influence on every level, in every state.
Benefits of becoming a spike
The real benefits are intangible: You are recognized for your contributions to the association and regarded as an accomplished and connected member.
Additionally, Spikes receive:
- A coveted invitation to the biggest party of the year, the Spike Party at the International Builders’ Show.
- Increased visibility, recognition and networking opportunities at industry events
- Unique and valuable lapel pins for each level of achievement
- Additional VIP treatment throughout the year
How do I become a spike?
Before becoming a Spike, you are a Spike candidate. That means you have earned between one and five credits. Once you earn your sixth credit, you become an official NAHB Spike!
* Spike credits are earned by recruiting and retaining NIBCA members.
To retain your status as a Spike you must earn a minimum of one new Spike credit (new or retention) each year until you reach a total of 25 credits, at which point you are elevated to Life Spike status.
* Providing you have earned those six credits within two consecutive membership years.
How do I earn spike credits?
Members earn one credit for each new member they sponsor. When that member renews after his or her first year of membership, the sponsoring member automatically gets one renewal credit. Every year the member renews thereafter, the sponsoring member will receive a ½ renewal credit.
Spike club levels
All-Time Grand Spike
NIBCA Spike Members
Mike Moore, Atlas Building Group, LLC
Carri Berglund, Architerra Homes, LLC
JT Jacobsen, Kootenai Title Company
Jeremy Voeller, Anthem Pacific Homes
Greg Grant, Unique Wood Cabinets
Dennis Cunningham, ActiveWest Builders
Cel Demers, Spokane Carpet One
Jennifer Jenkins, Pioneer Title
Erik Campbell, Aspen Homes & Development, LLC
Charlie Rens, Image Homes
Roxanne Gunther, Coldwell Banker Schneidemiller Realty
Tara Michielli, Cutco Knives
Ron Moore, Fairway Floors, Inc.
Paul Edwards, Mutual Materials Company
Rob DeSonia, Builders FirstSource
Peter Anderson, Kootenai Electric Cooperative
John Shields, Interstate Concrete & Asphalt
Dianna Haug, Rathdrum Realty/Kelly Right Real Estate of Idaho
Robert Grossglauser, TAG Development, LLC
Angela Adams, Kootenai Title
Duane Oliver, Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty
Lisa Gwaltney, Window World of the Inland NW
Heidi LaBolle, Selkirk Construction
Jeff Brummer, CapitalOne
Alisha Neff, Idaho Central Credit Union
Amie Pace, Flagstar Bank
Gary Hall, Frontier Homes, LLC
Dusty Harris, PayneWest Insurance, Inc.
Cody Persling, Carpet Warehouse/Color Tile
Michelle Garcia, Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty
Tony Benway, Benway Quality Homes, Inc.
Cliff Mort, Monogram Homes
Allen Dykes, Village Homes, LLC
Ben Miller, Momentum Wealth Strategies
Lisa Brown, Platinum Home Mortgage Corporation
Scot Haug, Selkirk Construction
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN BUILDING COUNCIL
Peggy Timmins, Eagle Ridge Builders
Angela Adams, Kootenai Title Company
Pam Rogness, Numerica Credit Union
Roxanne Gunther, Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty
Tammy Van Brunt, Premier Mortgage Corporation
Michelle Garcia, Windermere/Coeur d’Alene Realty
Jennifer Jenkins, Pioneer Title Company