Parade of Homes

104.9 The Beat invites you to go visit the Parade of Homes. It’s the 60th Anniversary of the Parade of Homes and a portion of the proceeds benefit Lubbock Homes for Heroes for 2015 recipient Marine Sergeant Christopher R. Montez who was paralyzed from the neck down in a helicopter accident in 2004. His home is available to tour as part of the Parade of Homes in the Foxridge Community.

  • June 6th – 21st
  • 6-9pm on weekdays and 1-6pm on weekends
  • Sponsors Include: Atmos Energy, the Avalanche Journal, FirstBank and Trust and PrimeWest Mortgage
  • Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for children ages 2-12 and free for children 2 and under
  • 28 Homes in 3 Communities
  • Priced from the $185k to over $1 million
  • Feature 95,407 square feet of new products, design & innovations
  • Because of the massive size of the homes in Oakmont, we are introducing a 2 day pass to that neighborhood.

Community Locations and distinctions:

  • Foxridge (98th & Ave U)
    • Community of amazing and affordable homes – proudly hosting the Homes for Heroes house
  • Oakmont Estates (114th & Uxbridge)
    • Multiple million dollar beautiful and expansive estates
  • The Trails (92nd & Kewanee)
    • Featuring today’s premier luxury Garden Homes

Economic Impact of Parade of Homes:

  • One-year impact of building 100 single-family homes in Lubbock include:
    • $14.2 million in local income
    • $1.9 million in taxes and other government revenue
    • 298 local jobs

Charity:

A portion of the proceeds benefit Lubbock Homes for Heroes for 2015 recipient Marine Sergeant Christopher R. Montez who was paralyzed from the neck down in a helicopter accident in 2004. His home is available to tour as part of the Parade of Homes in the Foxridge Community.

Learn more at: lubbockhomesforheroes.com