Have your say with the GVHBA’s People’s Choice Award

This year the Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association is offering you the chance to vote for your favourite new or renovated project.

For the first time, the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association is asking people in Metro Vancouver to vote for their favourite new or renovated project with their People’s Choice Award. The new award will be a Grand Ovation Award and will be handed out at the gala ceremony with the other categories on April 20 in Vancouver.

To vote for the People’s Choice Award, visit your local Black Press paper’s website and click on the Contests link, or visit http://bit.ly/2013GVHBA. You are able to vote for your favourite project up to five times per day. Voting will end on April 8.

Voters will be entered to win a LUX 550 Cart Model barbecue valued at $1,100, sponsored by FortisBC.

The Ovation Awards are in their fourth year, and honour the best of the best in renovation, new-home construction and design in Metro Vancouver. Among the finalists this year are several familiar names, including My House Design/Build Team, ParkLane Homes, Portrait Homes and Kenorah Construction & Design.

“High-quality home building and renovation are hugely important to the homeowners of Metro Vancouver,” says GVHBA CEO Bob de Wit. “The Ovation Award recognize the industry’s leaders in innovation and excellence.”

For a full list of categories and finalists, visit www.ovationawards.ca.

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