The NAHB Spike Club is NAHB’s recognition and incentive program for individuals working in membership recruitment and retention. Based upon credits earned, there is a progressive program of awards including pins, certificates, plaques, sweaters, and blazers. In addition to the recognition programs and incentives at the national level, most local and state associations with active Spikes sponsor their own special recognition events.
A Spike is an individual who has earned at least 6 credits within a two year period. Spike credits are earned by recruiting and retaining NAHB and council members. A Spike Candidate is an individual who has earned between 1 and 5 credits Spike credits and will soon become a full Spike with continued credit accrual.
NAHB recognizes and rewards these membership development efforts with its Spike Club awards program. Awards are earned beginning with 6 credits and at different increments up to the status of All-Time Big Spike of 1500d.
How Credits Are Earned
• Individuals earn one new member credit for each new member sponsored.
• One retention credit is automatically assigned to the sponsor of record for first-year renewals, if the renewal occurs on or before the anniversary date. Every year after one-half a credit is earned, if the renewal form lists the sponsoring member.
• One-half credit is earned for the recruitment and retention of affiliate members.
• One-half credit is earned for the recruitment of a new council member.
• One-quarter credit is earned for a council membership renewal.
Introduction to NAHB’s Spike Club is a handy reference to the rules, levels, and credits of the Spike Club.
Double credits are offered through a special monthly promotion. Specific rules and guidelines apply.
Spike Achievement Levels
• Spike Candidate – 1 to 5 credits
• Blue Spike – 6 to 24 credits
• Life Spike – 25 to 49 credits
• Green Spike – 50 to 99 credits
• Red Spike – 100 to 149 credits
• Royal Spike – 150 to 249 credits
• Super Spike – 250 to 499 credits
• Statesman Spike – 500 to 999 credits
• Grand Spike – 1000 to 1499
• All-Time Big Spike – 1500+
Annual Spike Competitions
Each year, Spikes compete in several year-long individual membership competitions. Participation in these competitions offer an opportunity for Spikes to increase their involvement, achieve new Spike status levels and gain greater recognition. Detailed information about the Spike Competitions is available.
Spike Appreciation Month
November is Spike Appreciation Month – An annual celebration of Spikes’ continual contributions to the membership development process at all levels of the federation and to the nation’s building industry. November is just one month during the year when NAHB and its local and state associations recognize and say “Thank You!” to the active Spikes. Resources are available to help plan a special Spike recognition event, advertise November as Spike Appreciation Month, and encourage activity in the state or local Spike Club.
The Spike Party at The International Builders’ Show®
One way NAHB recognizes active Spikes for their dedicated membership development efforts is at the Spike Party/Director’s Reception at the International Builders’ Show. Every year approximately 3,000-4,000 Spikes and NAHB National Directors attend a high-energy, big-name entertainment musical event, complete with food and beverage.
Eligible Spikes, NAHB National Directors, and Executive Officers receive two complimentary tickets to the party. Eligible Spikes have at least 6 credits AND either one new member recruitment credit by October 31. The new member recruitment credit may be composed of one full credit received when a new Builder or Associate member is recruited, or two 1/2 credits received when new Affiliate or Council members are recruited.
Current Member Spike Status
All Time Big Spike Credits
Paul Joyal 1866.25
Statesman 500 credits
Kristy Glisson 634.5
Bob Cochran 517.5
Super Spike 400
Bob Farr 494.75
Super Spike 300
Cliff Hirsch 360.75
Super Spike 250
Ozzie Webster 292.5
Dave Armstrong 272.5
Fred Robinson 253.5
Royal Spike 150
Joe DiPrima 164
Roy Pence 154.5
Mark Derman 146
Steve Johnson 138.25
Bill Kabboord 124
Green Spike 75
Danny Joyal 94
Elisa Wagers 88
Green Spike 50
Michael Williams 72.5
Tom Franz 69
Annette Armstrong-Rutkowski 66.75
Marcia Bartley 66.5
Don Simms 54
Barry Richardson 48.75
Cindy Foley 48
Ed Jaynes 44.5
Pat Healy 39.5
Larry McDaniel 33.5
Mark Bowes 23.5
Laura Claypool 21
David Foley 17
Joe Goldblatt 15
Keith Williams 13.5
Jason Stanley 10
Tom Hull 10
Coy Clark 9.5
Natasha Cartegena 6
Corey Lancaster 6
Upcoming Events for this Committee:
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Past News and Events:
Spike Club Party September 23, 2012
August 2014 – February 2016
32nd Annual Bob Joyal Memorial Spike Golf Tournament
7:15 a.m. Check in
8: 00 a.m. Shotgun start
Turtle Creek Golf Course in Rockledge
Nissan of Melbourne is sponsoring a hole in one prize: a new Nissan Titan pickup truck!Auxiliary prizes include Cleveland Golf Clubs, Kindle Fire, and $500 Visa Gift Card!!
Accepting Donations for Door Prizes!
Corporate Sponsor – $1500
Includes a foursome, recognition as corporate sponsor, presentation of awards, display your banner, multiple hole signs. Opportunity to provide logo printed bags for promotional items given to over 100 golfers
Lunch Sponsor – $1000
Includes a foursome, recognition as lunch sponsor and a large hole sponsor sign
Breakfast Sponsor – $750
Includes a foursome, recognition as breakfast sponsor and a large hole sponsor sign
Super Spike – $520
Includes a foursome, recognition as prize sponsor and a hole sponsor sign
Red Spike – $420
Includes a foursome and recognition as a large hole sponsor sign
Green Spike – $320
Includes a foursome
Elite Hole Sponsorship – $200
Par 3 hole – add your pop-up canopy and enjoy the day promoting your business. Get creative and have fun
Hole Sponsor – $100
Includes sign on a hole
Prize donations are appreciated.
A portion of the proceeds from the Bob Joyal Memorial Spike Golf Tournament are donated to the Florida Home Builders Foundation for educational purposes.
Recognition includes name and/or logo on all marketing materials and media promoting this event before, during and after the event. For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 321 254-3700
Click the image to download the flyer and registration form if you prefer to submit it the old fashioned way.