Sales & Marketing Council

The Augusta Sales and Marketing Council (SMC) began in 1989, with an uncompromising vision to assist sales professionals through education and by promoting   a higher level of professionalism in its local members. Today the Augusta SMC is dedicated to its diverse membership and strives to provide sales professionals, marketing professionals, builder members, and associate members the highest level of education, programs, and networking opportunities available. Each year the SMC honors leaders within its membership for sales production, marketing achievements, and service to the membership. The council’s governing body consists of five executive committee members, nine members of the board of directors and the president of the Builders Association of Metro Augusta and holds an awards banquet in February. Educational training through the National Association of Home Builders’ Institute of Residential Marketing, Certified Sales Professional (CSP) and Advanced CSP are offered.

Sales and Marketing Council Application

PREAMBLE AND OBJECTIVES

In order to enhance the new home sales and marketing capabilities and reputation of those who represent the Builders Association of Metro Augusta, Inc. (Association), a Council is hereby founded dedicated toward developing a higher level of professionalism in the general membership through continuing education and the interchange of ideas by carrying out the functions set forth herein.

Section I.

To associate people who participate in sales and marketing for the purpose of mutual growth, cooperation, camaraderie, and the exchange of ideas.

Section 2.

To promote professional standards and ethical practices among sales and marketing personnel.

Section 3.

To provide a forum for continued education.

Section 4.

To provide such additional information, either through general meetings or correspondence, that will prove beneficial to members of this Council.

Section 5.

To provide programs from time to time for the education and entertainment of the membership, the encouragement of camaraderie, and the expansion of the membership.  Such programs will be self-sustaining unless a prior indication of financial support is made by the Board of Directors.