2016 MBA Achievement Award Recipients Announced
Parade of Homes' Peoples Choice Awards Revealed
(Waukesha, Wis.) October 4, 2016 - The 2016 Parade of Homes builders and other members of the Metropolitan Builders Association (MBA) were honored on September 30, in front of an enthusiastic audience of nearly 300 during the MBA's Achievement Awards ceremony held at the Silver Spring Golf Club.
The 2016 MBA Achievement Awards honored individuals and companies who have excelled in the past year. MBA members submitted entries for best remodeling projects, advertising campaigns, and nominate sales staff to receive the industry's newest award, The Emby.
Recipients of an Emby included:
The ceremony also honored the builders of the 2016 Parade of Homes, and also included the Parade People's Choice Awards, which were determined by votes from the people who visited the Parade of Homes.
"With a highly successful Parade of Homes this year, we are thrilled to honor the Parade builders in front of their peers," said Kristine Hillmer, MBA Executive Director. "There is a lot of competition between the builders to receive a coveted 'People's Choice' award."
People's Choice Overall Appearance - Gold
This year's Parade of Homes had nearly 30,000 visits to the subdivisions. It is one of the highest per site visit averages since 2004. It featured 20 homes from 16 of Southeastern Wisconsin's most experienced home builders in two subdivisions - Windrush in the Village of Hartland and Weyerhaven in Menomonee Falls. Homes showcased the latest interior and exterior design and decorating trends, new and sustainable building techniques, and leading-edge home technologies. For more information about the Parade of Homes, visit MBAparadeofhomes.com.
ABOUT THE METROPOLITAN BUILDERS ASSOCIATION (MBA)
The Metropolitan Builders Association, located in Waukesha, Wis., is a not-for-profit trade association that represents nearly 1,000 companies involved in the construction, development, and remodeling of single and multifamily housing and light commercial property in Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, and Milwaukee counties. Collectively, its members employ tens of thousands of workers in the Milwaukee area and conduct millions of dollars of business each year. For more information, visit MBAonline.org or the Metropolitan Builders Association's Facebook page.
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