NBS Blog: NBS Events

December 12, 2019

NBS Unleashes Fur + Furniture 2020 Calendar

The love and enthusiasm people have for their pets never ceases to amaze us! For the second time, NBS launched a casting all among metro Detroit Real Estate and Architectural & Design firms looking for photogenic pets to take part in our Fur + Furniture Calendar.

NBS Reocon 2018

November 14, 2018

NBS Invites Lawrence Tech Students to Volunteer at [re]ocon event

NBS believes in supporting and educating students in our industry to help set them up for future success. Throughout the year, we host student tours, workshops and even hosted a design competition this past February, with the goal of exposing them to career possibilities and connecting them with vendors in our industry.

October 23, 2017

NBS reveals Fur + Furniture 2018 Calendar

This past June, NBS kicked off our casting call for pet photos, engaging with the Architecture and Design (A&D) community in Metro Detroit. From firm visits, to ice cream truck stops, we promoted our Fur + Furniture calendar contest and received over 80 photo submissions!

NBS Block Party

October 14, 2016

Welcome to the NBS Block Party!

Don’t you love a neighborhood block party? It’s a time when your community can come together to connect and socialize. We have taken this concept and turned it into our own weekly gathering! Our Troy team members are actually organized into “neighborhoods” depending on the market they support.

September 29, 2016

[re]ocon 2016: Can You Dig It?

Last week, our showroom was bustling with over 250 guests experiencing the latest in commercial furniture, floorcovering, textiles, AV and construction products. Our annual [re]ocon event brings the best of NeoCon and InfoComm to our clients and industry peers. The all-day event incorporated our 40th anniversary with Steelcase and featured throwback music, food and decor.

June 9, 2016

Steelcase: It’s In Our Blood

You might think that the above photo was completely staged. You might even think that it took a lot of planning and coordination, but the truth is actually much simpler.