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Tour Fine Houses in the 2004 Parade of Homes

The public is invited to tour some of the finest new homes in the Lubbock area. You can pick where your parade route begins from Highland Oaks to Preston Manor to North Pointe subdivision. The annual West Texas Home Builder's Parade of Homes opens Saturday, July 24th and runs until August 8th. On weekdays, the tours will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and on weekends tours start at 1 p.m. and go until 6 p.m.

The subdivisions are located as following:

  • Highland Oaks, South of 1585 off Slide Road
  • Preston Manor, 66th and County Road 1460
  • North Pointe, Slide Road and Itasca, North of Loop 289

Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children. Tickets can be purchased at the gate or they can be purchased in advance at the First Bank at 22nd and Indiana or at the Avalanche Journal.

When you visit each of the sites and get your ticket punched you become eligible to register to win two round trip tickets anywhere Southwest Airlines travels. Simply turn your ticket into the gate personnel and they will give you a registration form to fill out.

The following is a list of tips for touring:

  • Weekday touring is less congested than Saturday and Sunday.
  • One complimentary, high quality touring magazine will be offered per family. Additional copies may be purchased for $5.
  • People’s Choice Award voting runs from the opening Saturday, July 24th through the Sunday, August 1th. Be sure to vote for one home in each site, but only one vote per family please.
  • Remember that if you have very young children, they may become bored or tired. You may want to leave them at home.
  • Smoking, strollers, food and beverages, pets and cameras are not allowed.
  • The weather may force the closure of the parade. If it rains after you have started touring and you have not finished your tour, you will receive a rain check.

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