NKBA to Create Three Chapters Within Texas

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NKBA to Create Three Chapters Within Texas

Hackettstown, NJ The National Kitchen & Bath Association
(NKBA) has approved a request by its Southwest States Chapter to
divide the state of Texas into three chapters effective January,
2001, the trade association announced.

Members of the former Southwest States Chapter will become members
of the three new chapters to be known as (parent chapter) “Texas
Gulf Coast” and (sub-chapters) “Texas Hill Country” and “Texas
North Plains” according to the Hackettstown, NJ-based NKBA.

After a year of compliance by the two new sub-chapters, they will
petition for full chapter status, and should achieve that status by
2002, NKBA officials said.

The geographic configuration for the parent chapter, Texas Gulf
Coast, will include Houston, Galveston and surrounding areas,
according to the NKBA. The Texas Hill Country sub-chapter will
consist of a region that includes San Antonio, Austin, Bryan
College Station and surrounding areas south and west. The Texas
North Plains sub-chapter will encompass Dallas-Fort Worth and
surrounding areas east and west.

Oklahoma, which was originally part of the Southwest States
Chapter, has already spun off and become a full chapter.

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