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What does AHBA stand for?
AHBA stands for Arkansas Home Builders Association (Little Rock, AR)
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We have 11 other meanings of AHBA in our Acronym Attic
- American Home Brewers Association
- American Home Business Association
- American Home Buyers Alliance
- American Honky-Tonk Bar Association (Garth Brooks song)
- American Hot Boat Association
- Ames Home Builders Association (Ames, IA)
- Anchorage Home Builders Association (Anchorage, AK)
- Appalachian Home Builders Association (Murphy, NC)
- Arabian Horse Breeders Alliance (Scottsdale, AZ)
- Arcadian Home Builders Association
- Asheville Home Builders Association (Asheville, NC)
- Aspire Higher Business Alliance
- Atlanta Home Builders Association (Atlanta, GA)
- American Health and Beauty Aids Institute
- Acquired Hemophilia B Blood
- After Hours Blues Band
- AIDS-Hilfe beider Basel (German; AIDS support organization; Basel, Switzerland)
- A Home-Based Business Online
- Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students (New York University)
- Amsterdamse Hockey en Bandy Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
Box 663, North Little Rock 72115, (501) 758-6422, (501) 758-2097 12 Arkansas Home Builders Association 1,800 1123 S.
Now that new homes are sitting unsold for months, however, the lien does little good, said Julie Mills, executive vice president of the Arkansas Home Builders Association.
has been appointed president of Arkansas Home Builders Association.
Fred Kirkwood has been named the 1999 associate member of the year by Arkansas Home Builders Association, the trade group that represents the residential construction industry.
By the end of July, building permits had climbed 27 percent to 654 compared with the same period last year, according to figures compiled by the Arkansas Home Builders Association.
That statistical observation, courtesy of the Arkansas Home Builders Association, stood in contrast to another number.