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June 9, 2013

Festival of Homes on despite damage

NORMAN — Disaster has come to the community, but we are Oklahomans and we will move bravely forward.

Members of the Builders Association of South Central Oklahoma have decided to press on with the annual Festival of Homes because they feel the best way they can serve the community during this time is to provide people with homes.

BASCO is committed to rebuilding our community and staying Oklahoma strong. The 2013 Festival of Homes will be June 8 to16. The homes are open 1 to 7 p.m. daily. Some of the homes on the tour are located in Moore.

“Our normal policy is not to sell any homes entered in the festival until after the festival is over so they are available for viewing. But, because of the urgent needs for housing, we are selling homes as soon as they become available,” said David Caddell, BASCO Festival of Homes chairman.

We will make every effort to keep current information available about which homes are open for viewing and which homes are sold, and apologize for any inconvenience you may experience.

“BASCO is committed to doing our part to help rebuild our community,” he said. “Our thoughts are with our friends and family in Moore and the Moore Home Builders Association during this difficult time.”

For updated routes and road closures during the tour, check the festival website at BASCO-Festival.com. You can find a copy of the Festival of Homes Design book in Norman-area 7-Eleven stores. To map your route, visit BASCO-Festival.com. Pin the homes you want to visit, click on “My Tour” and off you go.

This year’s show home is 4427 Fountain View Drive, off Northwest 48th between Tecumseh and Rock Creek.

Built by Custom Builders of Oklahoma, it is currently for sale and features four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, formal dining and an outdoor living space with fireplace. It also features a master bedroom and bath. Preview the home now at BASCO-festival.com.

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