NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas – To celebrate 60 years of homebuilding in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the City of North Richland Hills is recognizing Sandlin Homes’ business milestone by proclaiming March 20, 2017 as “Sandlin Homes Day.” Sandlin Homes plans to give back to the community on this day by treating local service members to lunch.
Beginning at 10:30 a.m., the City of North Richland Hills, Mayor Oscar Trevino and several other city leaders will gather at Sandlin Homes’ Cambridge Place Model Home to present a proclamation to Sandlin Homes celebrating the 60th anniversary of the DFW homebuilder.
Following the presentation from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., Sandlin Homes will treat service members wearing their uniforms to a sandwich, chips and a drink at Firehouse Subs, located at 6020 Parker Boulevard in North Richland Hills. Service members must be wearing their uniforms to participate in the event.
“In 1957, the family-building legacy started with J.B. Sandlin and his dream to deliver quality products, using only the best materials and giving each client a great experience,” the proclamation states. “Their training and determination has helped them become a second-generation homebuilding company that builds over 200 homes per year in the DFW area.”
Sandlin Homes is a family-owned, family-operated business crafting quality homes that fulfill each customer’s dreams with unmatched results. Through the years, Sandlin Homes has earned accolades for their work, ethics and community involvement. Sandlin was awarded “Texas Builder of the Year” in 1997 and 2010. The company has been recognized with numerous regional awards, including 2014 Builder of the Year by the Greater Fort Worth Builders Association.
To learn more about Sandlin Homes, please visit www.sandlinhomes.com.