Steve Lusk: NAHB Remodelor of the Month

March 2005
Qualified Remodeler;Mar2005, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p13
The article informs that Steve Lusk, CGR, of Lusk Building & Remodeling Co. Inc., in San Diego, was recently named the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Remodelors Council's February 2005 Remodelor of the Month. Lusk, an at-large member of the Remodelors Council, was selected from applications from the Remodelors Council at-large membership, which totals more than 200. Each winner is also automatically included in the nominations for the Remodelor of the Year award. Starting his career in real estate development before moving to remodeling, Lusk used creative marketing to manage his conversion of careers. He produced and hosted a live call-in talk radio remodeling program, wrote feature articles in the local Home & Garden magazine and advertised in local magazines.


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