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7/26/05

Parade Of Homes Set To Begin Saturday

The construction industry is definitely booming in Lubbock, and the West Texas Home Builders Association is inviting you to "Imagine The Possibilities."

It is the 50th anniversary of the Parade of Homes. This year the tour is larger than ever. It will feature twenty-four beautiful homes showcasing the latest in design, style and technology. The tour is set in four unique subdivisions this year. They include The Falls, Preston Manor and Suncrest I & II.

The Parade of Homes begins Saturday and continues through August 14th. Tours are Monday through Friday from 5pm until 8pm. Saturdays and Sundays tours will begin at 1pm and will conclude at 6pm.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit The Texas Boys Ranch.

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