LAKESHORE PARADE OF HOMES ANNOUNCES COVER DESIGN CONTEST TO MARK 50TH ANNIVERSARY
Student Designers Will Compete to Win $500 Scholarship
The Lakeshore Home Builders Association is pleased to announce their 50th Anniversary Parade of Homes Guidebook cover design contest. The contest is open to High School and College students in Allegan, Ottawa and Muskegon Counties. The winning design will be featured on the cover of the 2018 Parade of Homes Guidebook, and the student designer will receive a $500 scholarship to the College or Trade School of their choice.
Students are asked to design a cover design that commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the event. Creative and innovative ideas are encouraged.
“We are proud of our long history of showcasing new and remodeled homes along the lakeshore, and thought that a design contest would be a great way to involve the community,” shared Executive Officer Sue Schurman. “Since students are the future of the residential building industry, why not involve them in our anniversary.”
Sponsored by Mercantile Bank, Lake Michigan Credit Union, and James Hardie Building Products, the Parade of Homes features newly built homes from the Lakeshore Home Builders Association building professionals.
If you enter:
Cover design specifications are available at www.LakeshoreHomebuilders.com/participate
Entry deadline: March 1, 2018
About the Lakeshore Home Builders Association
The Lakeshore Home Builders Association is a non-profit trade association representing the residential building Industry along West Michigan’s Lakeshore from South Haven to Muskegon. Affiliated with the Home Builders Association of Michigan and the National Association of Home Builders, our members represent “the best of the best” in residential construction, remodeling, and repair.
The Lakeshore Parade of Homes (www.LakeshoreparadeofHomes.com) is an annual showcase of new and remodeled homes built by the Lakeshore Home Builders Association building professionals. 2018 marks the 50th year we have presented this new home showcase.