|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
DALLAS, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Gehan Homes today announced that they are the recipients of four separate Star Awards from the Texas Association of Builders.
Last month, The Texas Association of Builders (TAB) announced and presented the 2014 Star Awards Winners in conjunction with the Sunbelt Builders Show on July 23-24, 2014 at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort. The highly-coveted Star Awards are given annually to recognize excellence in all areas of the home building industry.
This year, Gehan Homes won four highly-coveted Star Awards. For demonstrating excellence in assisting homebuyers with finding new homes for sale in San Antonio, Terry Jeffords was awarded the Sales Professional of the Year, while Aidan Sullivan was presented with Rookie Sales Professional of the Year in Austin for sales of new homes in Austin. In Houston, Gehan Homes won Best Radio Commercial for a Volume Builder for their Home Sweet Home radio commercial. Dallas was awarded with Best Interior Merchandising – $401-$500K for a Volume Builder for Stonebryck Manor – Oxford.
"Achieving each of these highly-coveted Star Awards recognizes that Gehan Homes delivers an exceptional home buying experience. From the first contact with our sales professionals through the day of move-in, Gehan Homes puts each of our home buyers first," said Tim Gehan, Gehan Homes CEO.
In 1992, the Texas Association of Builders launched the Texas Star Awards — the only statewide tribute to excellence in the home building industry. The 2014 Star Awards showcases the outstanding work of builders, remodelers, architects, designers, sales professionals, marketing professionals, construction professionals and industry leaders in Texas and the Southwest. With more than 75 categories to choose from and hundreds of entries each year, it is an impressive feat to be identified as a finalist, let alone a winner.
There were over 500 entries submitted for consideration and judged by a distinguished panel of industry experts. Winners will be featured in the September/October issue of Texas Builder magazine.
Visit Gehan Homes to view new homes in Dallas, Austin, Houston, Phoenix and San Antonio.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Gehan Homes builds inspiring and sophisticated new homes for sale in growth communities in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix and San Antonio. Close to jobs, schools, shopping and transportation, Gehan Homes is recognized for excellence, with awards that include 2010 Builder of the Year, 2010 Star Awards, and 2013 Best PRISM Awards and 2014 Star Awards. Named a Top 100 Homebuilder in the nation, Gehan Homes has been helping homebuyers achieve the dream of home ownership for over 25 years. For more information, visit www.gehanhomes.com.
Media Contact: Dan Brosey, Gehan Homes, 972.383.4372, [email protected]
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