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Impact Properties Group Wins North Carolina STARS Award For Detached Community Of The Year

(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 26, 2006 ) RALEIGH, N.C. - Debbie Houston, president of Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services, has announced that Impact Properties Group has been recognized by the North Carolina Home Builders Association with a 2006 STARS award for Detached Community of the Year for its Cameron Pond community in Cary. The statewide STARS Awards competition recognizes superior achievements in 36 categories related to new home development and design as judged by the association.“On behalf of Impact Properties, which we represent, we are honored about its win at this year’s STARS awards,” said Houston. “Impact Properties has done remarkable work and I am pleased that they have been honored with this award.”About Impact Properties Group: Impact Properties Group, LLC is one of the Triangle’s top development companies – a team of consummate professionals whose keen attention to detail can be seen in every facet of their communities. Colen E. Davidson, Jr., Glenn Futrell and Jim Talton bring 40 years experience to Impact Properties Group. They are responsible for such successful communities as Wyman Park, Greythorne, Pemberley (Phase II), The Hamptons at Preston and Madison Place at Carpenter Village. For more information, visit their Web site at http://impactpropertiesgroup.com/ About Coldwell Banker Howard Perry And Walston Builder Services: Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services is a full service sales and marketing division specializing in selling and marketing new homes. Established in 1979, Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services has represented both local custom builders and national corporate builders in over 500 new home communities throughout the area. Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services provides comprehensive sales and marketing that includes buyer profile development, market research, target marketing, advertising, promotion and public relations. Also provided are professional-trained sales mangers, professionally-trained and dedicated on-site sales associates, a marketing department to develop and implement targeted marketing strategies and access to top relocation representatives and more than 700 sales associates through out the Triangle. For more information about Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services visit their Web site at www.hpwnewhomes.com.Patty Briguglio MMI Associates, Inc. 919-233-6600 patty@mmimarketing.com Distribution by PRNN.com.


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