Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
One of the Southeast’s fastest growing private home builders, Level Homes, was recognized for marketing excellence at the 2014 North Carolina HBA STARS Awards in Charlotte, NC on September 10th. Level Homes won five “Best” categories for their marketing pieces created by Red House Group, Inc. The STARS Awards are a centerpiece of the 21st Century Building Expo and Conference—the premier building expo and conference in the Southeast.
Each year, the gala event salutes the outstanding professional performance of HBA members throughout the state and honors the achievements of builders, associates, realtors, media and advertising professionals, local home builders’ associations and many others who make major contributions to the residential home building industry in 48 different marketing categories.
Level Homes’ awards include: Best Logo Design, Best Color Advertisement, Best Internet Marketing, Advertising or Branding, Best Radio Commercial and Best Interior Merchandising categories. Level Homes is now eligible to enter the national competition, sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), held during the International Builders Show in Las Vegas, January 2015. These awards will be added to the Gold MAME Awards and W3 Website Award received earlier this year.
“The results we are receiving speak volumes to the award-winning brand we have created,” said Briggs H. Napier III, Level Homes Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We appreciate being recognized by professionals in our industry that understand the importance of a consistent, well-thought through plan for continued growth and success.”
Level Homes, also known as Level Construction and Development, has been building consumer-centric new homes since 2000. Having started as a Louisiana-based homebuilder, the company intends to be a top 10 builder in each new market it enters. Each Level Homes neighborhood is carefully planned to create communities that speak to the homebuyer’s needs of today, taking into consideration price, design and functionality.