Brunswick Parade of Homes

Brunswick County Parade of Homes

Brunswick County Parade of Homes

Parade of Homes Leadership Team

Thanks to the individuals listed below who participated in the 2020 Parade of Homes Committee. We appreciate your guidance and input shared in order to make this year’s Parade happen.
Tracey Tew

Executive Director, Brunswick County HBA

Anne Hewett

Lower Cape Fear LifeCare

Carolyn Walls

First Bank

Julie Glew

Custom Home Furnishings

Meg Meyer

Vivid Digital Media

Joe Morgan

Chair, Brunswick Parade of Homes
Sherwin Williams

Ashley Park


Cathy Six

Sloane Realty

Keith White

The Brunswick Beacon

Rick Nelson

Mark Saunders Luxury Homes

amy Lowrance

Citizens One

Betsy Braddock

Braddock Built Renovations

Cathy Brown

Ernest G. Crews Construction, Inc.

Lindsey Cartee

First National Bank

Seth Newman

Port City Elevator

Angie Sutton

The Brunswick Beacon

Angie Sutton

The Brunswick Beacon

Britney Mccarthey

Riptide Builders

Jeff Grimes

Palmetto Brick

about us

The BCHBA is a non-profit, professional membership organization comprised of over 300 members representing the building industry in southeastern North Carolina.

As a local builder and current President of the Brunswick County Home Builders Association I am proud to welcome you to the organization’s 18th Parade of Homes. The Parade of Homes has become a tradition in the Brunswick County communities, and has grown every year since the first event in 2003. This program has proven to be of benefit to the local economy. Construction and real estate businesses, as well as the hospitality industry, have shared benefits from this event. Additionally, through meeting local builders and viewing available properties, many have found themselves no longer visitors, but residents of one of the fastest growing counties in the southeast. We, as a nation, have held fast through many challenges in 2020 and the local building community has had its share as well. The construction industry was designated as “essential” and the jobs provided due to a strong housing market kept many at work during national shutdowns. Our local building community, and membership, held to course through the swells of a national pandemic, and produced the finished products showcased in this year’s event.

With the final brushstrokes having been made and the driveways poured and ready, our organization was forced to deliberate the fate of the 2020 Parade of Homes due to the lingering virus. The decision to move forward came with ease, but we as a board realized it was in the best interest of all concerned that restrictions must be implemented. As you view the catalogue of entries you will notice various levels of permitted access and restrictions. But looking at the brighter side, a newly implemented addition to the program this year will be virtual tours of the properties. These tours will enable guests to enjoy visiting our homes from the comfort of “anywhere”, and allow the homes to be viewed long after the event is over. The opportunity will be available via the internet to review and share ideas as never before. The BCHBA is sincerely appreciative of the contributions and support of our membership, committees, local vendors, subcontractors, and others who choose to support this program. I would encourage you to take advantage of the new virtual tools available this year, and do not hesitate to contact the builders with questions about their homes.

Robert Norton

—Robert Norton, President, Brunswick County HBA