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ORLANDO, FL (January 6, 2023) – The Greater Orlando Builders Association (GOBA) announces their 2023 Corporate Partners. Corporate Partners are the elite members of the association that provide yearlong support of various activities, programs and events held by GOBA. With over $350,000 invested in 2023, these honored partners exemplify a unique commitment to help further GOBA’s mission as the educator, promoter and authority for the housing and building industry in Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties.
"The support of our sponsors reinforces GOBA's mission, value, and significance in Greater Orlando. Their continued commitment indicates the belief of long-term growth in our industry and market,” said Thad Lynch, 2023 GOBA President.
Corporate Partner contributions begin at $10,000 offering four levels at Elite, Ultimate, Premier and Grande. GOBA’s 2023 Corporate Partners include:
Elite Corporate Partner ($50,000+)

Premier Corporate Partner ($20,000-$34,999)  
Grande Corporate Partners ($10,000-$19,999)  
“GOBA is a nationally recognized Association with a proven track record to protect and promote homeownership and American Dream in Central Florida - These top tiered members continue to go above and beyond for our association and the homebuilding industry. We are greatly appreciative of their time, talent, and financial support to further our mission year after year,” said Chassity Vega, CEO, Greater Orlando Builders Association.
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ABOUT THE GOBA: Established in 1953, the Greater Orlando Builders Association (GOBA) is a professional trade organization comprised of approximately six-hundred member businesses throughout Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. The GOBA provides legislative advocacy on behalf of its members and presents continuing education programs, services and networking events. The Mid-Florida Home Builders Foundation, the charitable arm of the GOBA, is dedicated to raising funds for organizations that help children and families in need and is responsible for donations of over $1 million to youth-related charities across Central Florida. Visit the GOBA on the web at