Jeremy Draper & the Craiglist Adventure

RaterFest! has many traditions... Bon-fires, Rater Jams, Rater Olympics, Colorado Craft Beers...

Perhaps one of the less well known, but dearly loved, is the tradition of Raters sharing stories about their own homes.

This year we are excited to have Jeremy Draper, who will tell his unique story of building his first home using as much recycled or re-used materials as possible.  He is nothing short of a Craiglist master.  We'd love to tell you more, but we'd be stealing his thunder.  To hear the whole story, you'll have to join us at RaterFest! 2014.

RaterFest! Details:

Date: September 5-7, 2014

Location: Covenant Heights, Estes Park, CO

Cost: $325 - $375 (depending upon housing selection)

CEUs offered:  12 RESNET Rater Professional Development Credits, 10 BPI CEUs

Registration cost includes meals from Friday dinner to Sunday lunch, housing, craft beers and all sessions! 


Register for RaterFest! Click here to register

Want to know more?  Click here to see pictures, read presenter bios, etc... 

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