One Week Left to Nominate a Community-Minded Trades Professional

One Week Left to Nominate a Community-Minded Trades Professional

tweet me:
Nominate a community-minded skilled trades professional! then join the winner at the #RMShow in Baltimore! #RTTOY

Multimedia from this Release

DIY Network host Chris Grundy with MyFixItUpLife at the 2013 Remodeling Show and Deck Expo


Nominate someone to be our 2014 Tradesperson of the Year!

  • Nominations accepted through 8/21/14
  • Winner receives a $5,000 Lowe's Home Improvement gift card
  • Winner announced 10/23/14 at the Remodeling Show | Deck Expo | JLC Live in Baltimore
  • DIY Network hosts Chris Grundy and Kayleen McCabe will join MyFixItUpLife to announce the winner
Thursday, August 14, 2014 - 3:15pm

CAMPAIGN: Rebuilding Together's Tradesperson of the Year Award

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

There's just one week left to help us thank a skilled trades volunteer with a $5,000 Lowe's Home Improvement gift card!

Rebuilding Together’s 4th Annual Tradesperson of the Year Campaign continues to accept nominations!

More than 15,000 skilled trades pros volunteer on Rebuilding Together projects every year. Do YOU know an electrician who helps their neighbor? A plumber who volunteers? A contractor who donates their services? Say “thanks” by nominating them today at then share their story online with the #RTTOY hashtag. Nominations will be accepted through August 21, then 6 finalists will be selected and public voting will help determine the winner.

The grand prize is a $5,000 Lowe’s gift card and a trip the Remodeling Show | DeckExpo | JLC Live in Baltimore in October!

Rebuilding Together’s Tradesperson of the Year is supported by Lowe’s, with additional support from HGTV, DIY Network, MyFixitUpLife, and the Remodeling Show | Deck Expo | JLC Live.

Our skilled trades partners include: ASHI, IEC, NAHB, NARI, NAWIC, NRCA, PDCA, PHCC, and Remodelers Advantage.

Nominees are not required to have volunteered with Rebuilding Together, but should demonstrate service to their community and be a role model in their industry.


For more information:

Jonathan Kidwell -