Being Bruce -: Calypso Green Parade of Homes Party at Grayson Park in Leland, NC

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Calypso Green Parade of Homes Party at Grayson Park in Leland, NC

Saturday afternoon Marge and I went to Grayson Park in Leland, NC for two reasons. The first was to tour and talk about Stevens Fine Homes solar model featured in Grayson Park. The second reason was to party!

As soon as we got to the clubhouse and said hello we headed over to the solar model home.

From the front the house looks like the other homes on the street, but state-of-the-art solar panels on the back roof provide all the energy used by the house.

Here's developer and builder Craig Stevens talking about the solar home and the party!




We also met some folks in the market for environmentally sound, energy savings home, including Michael Rhodes, who is touring all the green homes and communities in the area before making a decision.
And, in Michael's words



Inside the model plenty of people were asking about the solar home from Matt, the site's construction manager.

Jennie Steele, Stevens Fine Homes Marketing Director took a few minutes to welcome us also.



As did Cynthia Rehberg, on-site sales specialist.





And Stan Powell, the other on-site sales specialist, here talking and laughing with Marge.





Brian Sartan of the Home Builders Association was on hand.

And happy to say a few words:




We also ran into old friend Lin Spears, Sales Manager of the local Countrywide office





With the introductions made and the good info about solar homes and environmentally-conscious building digesting, it was time to party. As you can see from the photo below, Craig Stevens and I were certainly ready!

Grayson Park residents and their guests, other visitors, and many REALTORs from the area gathered around the pool for food, drink, music, and conviviality.


Middle of the Island, the always-popular catering company, provided the food. It was tasty!



We even had a visit from one of Leland's finest, checking up on the music and the commotion.

The music, provided by Wilmington area's only calypso-style steel drum band, Pantastic Steel, was dance ready and a lot of fun. So if you have about three and half minutes, click on the video below, put it in HD, full-screen mode, turn up your speakers or headset volume and enjoy!


2 comments:

  1. It should benoted that from the CBSC team Sean Skutnik and C Spafford, as well, supported Craig in his lastest development. Which, if you haven't seen yet get down there sometime, the solar house is a knockout. Some go to these events for food and music, Sean and I were there for education.

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  2. Yes, indeedy, Sean, you guys were, there, too.

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