Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) February 11, 2011
Christopher Wright, President of WrightWorks LLC, is featured on the cover of the January 2011 issue of Professional Remodeler. The national trade publication, which reaches over 63,000 remodelers monthly, interviewed Wright for the article, “16 Tips for Successful E-Marketing.”
“We’ve built a solid reputation for delivering beautiful projects and a comfortable, safe experience to our clients and design partners. The article touched on our efforts to leverage that reputation and brand through social media,” said Wright, 39.
The magazine feature follows a year of industry accomplishments and awards for the Indianapolis native. In April of 2010, WrightWorks received one national and three regional Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). The CotY award-winning projects were built by WrightWorks in the Springmill, Arden, and Forest Hills neighborhoods of Indianapolis.
Following their CotY success, a few months later WrightWorks received two regional Chrysalis Awards. Judged by the editors and writers of consumer publications such as Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day’s Home Remodeling & Makeovers, Southern Living Magazine and Sunset Magazine, the Chrysalis Awards recognize what they believe to be the finest remodeling projects in the nation.
In addition to being recognized for his well crafted, beautiful projects, Wright was also named to the 2010 REMODELING Big50 at Remodeling Magazine’s Annual Leadership Conference in May. Since 1986, the Big50 awards have recognized excellence in the remodeling industry. The Big50 selection criteria include standards of financial performance, leadership, service to the industry, service to the local community, and how well companies treat their employees and trade partners.
Wright attributes his company’s continued success to fine craftsmanship, partnerships with some of the most talented designers in the country, and a company culture that centers on delivering a comfortable, safe experience to clients and designers at every stage of their remodeling projects.
“I’ve been doing my best to build things well and keep our clients and designers happy since I started the company over 12 years ago,” says Wright. “But there’s no question social media and industry networking have helped broaden the reach of our reputation and work.”
Wright continues to lead the remodeling community into 2011 as president of the Central Indiana Chapter of NARI for the second consecutive year. He also sits on the advisory board of Carmel’s new Indiana Design Center and travels regularly to study and speak at building industry events.
Link to the article online: http://www.housingzone.com/pr/article/16-tips-successful-e-marketing
About WrightWorks, LLC
WrightWorks, LLC is an award-winning Indianapolis-based remodeling company specializing in kitchen remodeling, bath remodeling, whole-house renovations, basement finish, room additions, historic home restoration, home addition, and custom home building. WrightWorks serves the greater downtown and North side Indianapolis metropolitan area, including the communities of Carmel, Geist, Fishers, Traders Point, Springmill, Meridian-Kessler, and Williams Creek. Their projects have included work in both historic and contemporary homes. A full-service residential remodeling company, WrightWorks regularly partners with many of Indianapolis’ top design firms.
About Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright started his journey in remodeling at the age of 16, as a carpenter’s helper. Since then, he has worked in nearly every trade and facet of the industry—with side trips into martial arts teaching and leadership with a Fortune 500 company. His project experience extends from inner city HUD rehabs to multi-million dollar estates. Founder and president of WrightWorks, LLC, he is a nationally recognized expert on the business and craft of remodeling, and was recently named to the REMODELING Big50. A “Certified Remodeler” by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), his work and writings have appeared in numerous local and national publications. He is a moderator and contributor to two online home improvement and construction forums and speaks regularly at industry trade shows and events.