PRLog - June 21, 2011 - GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. -- Glenwood Springs, CO – Mountain to Mesa Home Builders Association and its media partners Mountain Living magazine and Merging Rivers Media/Mountain Builder magazine will host the Roaring Fork Valley Parade of Homes and Home & Garden Show, July 15-17, 2011, Parade Chairman David Fiore announced today. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour several outstanding homes in and around the Aspen, Snowmass and Glenwood Springs area—many that have never been open to the public before.
Zen House - by Brands & Kribbs Arch. Photography
The parade features luxury single-family estates, state-of-the-
“We’re looking forward to showcasing these unique homes during the tour, as well as sharing the craftsmanship and expertise of our high-altitude building professionals,”
A private twilight tour at 5 p.m. July 15 includes chauffeured transportation to two luxury homes, and food and drink throughout the tour prepared by Food & Wine magazine’s “Best New Chef” alumnus Ted Cizma. A private champagne brunch tour starting at 10 a.m. on July 16 includes chauffeured transportation to several luxury homes and condos plus a progressive brunch. Private tour tickets are $100 each or $150 per couple; a package to attend both private tours and the public tour (a $200 value) is $175 per person or $275 per couple. A portion of the proceeds from the private tours benefits Aspen Art Museum’s educational programs.
Free general admission tickets and maps for a self-guided tour of several luxury homes on Saturday and Sunday will be available at the M2M HBA exhibit at the Home & Garden Show. Several prizes will also be raffled, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Habitat for Humanity. Other event partners include the Town of Snowmass, Viceroy Hotel Snowmass, Snowmass Hospitality and The Silvertree. Tickets can be purchased at http://mountainbuilder.biz/
About Mountain to Mesa Home Builders Association:
M2M HBA represents professionals in the building industry from Aspen to Parachute in the Roaring Fork Valley, Crystal River Valley and I-70 Colorado River Valley. The organization is committed to the advancement of its membership and the home building industry through representation, education, and advocacy.
About Mountain Living Magazine:
Mountain Living is owned by Network Communications, Inc. (NCI) and is part of the Home Design group of NCI publications. This group represents leading regional magazines in key markets around the country and is the foremost regional publisher of home design content for North America's affluent readers.
David Fiore, Parade Chair, M2M HBA, david.fiore@
Holly Scott, Publisher, Mountain Living magazine, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.248.2060