Registrations will be handled electronically through our website. Please go to our website at www.BlitzHomeBuilders.org, click the Register Now button, fill out the registration form, and pay the $100 non-refundable registration fee using PayPal.
Remember, you must specifically register for the Mayfield build and pay the registration fee in order to guarantee a spot at the build. If you want to register for someone else (e.g., spouse, friend, partner, etc.), you MUST use a different email address for them. You will need to go to the Blitz Home Builders website, register them separately in their name using that different email address, and pay the registration fee.
If you request lodging on your registration form, you will be sent an invoice from PayPal to pay for that lodging around the first of March. This lodging will be at the Wingfield Inn in Mayfield. We are finalizing hotel arrangements, but you can budget approximately $50 per person/night based on double occupancy ($100 per room). These hotel rates apply to June 8th through June 22.
If you have any questions about or need to make changes to your lodging at the Wingfield Inn, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please DO NOT contact the hotel directly.
Mayfield continues to rebuild their town following the devastation caused by an EF4 tornado that tore through the center of town in December, 2021. We would like to provide an opportunity for you to make a donation to the Fuller Center for Housing in Mayfield to assist them in this effort. Should you desire to do so, anything you can provide will help in this recovery effort and will be greatly appreciated.
Go to Fuller Center Donation to make a donation.
Our next Blitz Build will be a special one for Blitz Home Builders as we celebrate our 20th anniversary as BHB! To mark the occasion, we are honoring our founding roots by partnering with the Mayfield, Kentucky Fuller Center for Housing as they continue to rebuild their town following the devastation caused by an EF4 tornado (166 to 200 mph winds) that tore through the center of town in December, 2021.
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