Master Builder

June 2016

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BY SARAH HENRY 2016 REMODELERS COUNCIL CHAIR GASPAR'S CONSTRUCTION 2016 Remodeled Homes Tour | Let 'Em Dream ONE-THOUSAND-TWO-HUNDRED-SIXTY- FIVE VISITORS IN 2015 THE TWENTY FIRST YEAR OF TOURS HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS IN REVENUE ONE AMAZING CHANCE TO SHOW OFF YOUR REMODELS FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS YEAR'S REMODELED HOMES TOUR, PLEASE CONTACT ERIC THOMAS AT 425.460.8234 OR ETHOMAS@MBAKS.COM. "Ask any remodeler — including me — who has participated in these tours, and they'll tell you what an effective business-building tool it is. As a matter of fact, my company, Sockeye Homes, has been averaging over $650,000 per year in new business generated specifically from the Remodeled Homes Tour for the past seven years. Frequently, jobs continue to come in years after a tour, and some people even attend the event several years in a row before choosing their remodeler. The Remodeled Homes Tour has a 21-year tradition of showcasing innovative and exciting remodels throughout King and Snohomish counties. Potential clients are able to meet you and see your work in person. The Master Builders Association is committed to making this event the best ever with a comprehensive marketing plan for a great return on your investment. The entry fee to showcase a home is only $1,000 and, new this year, includes a 360-degree virtual tour you can use on your company website and social media. It's amazing just how much excitement can be generated by showing off a bit of your creativity and craftsmanship. Encouraging customers to take an afternoon to tour the home that they can envision as their own is a powerful experience that simply cannot be replicated. I am looking forward to this year's collection of amazing home transformations, as I know our viewers are as well." Tod Sakai Sockeye Homes E ach year, the Remodeled Homes Tour, presented by the Remodelers Council of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, offers area remodelers the opportunity to put their remodeling projects on display in a way that's tangible. Visitors can touch, feel and live in one of your renovated homes, if only for a few moments. Those moments, however, are extremely valuable. Potential clients can imagine the prospect of transforming their own home in a very vivid way, and the impression you make is much stronger than any you could buy with traditional advertising. 24 master builder 06.16 words from the chair

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