TO GO TO THE 2018 SURVEY AND PROMOTION, CLICK HERE
This promotion ran in 3 steps:
- Surveys were completed by March 31 for a $25 parts and labor credit with Eyman and the chance to enter the final round and our grand prizes. THANKS TO ALL OF OUR ENTRANTS!
- Based on completing the survey and your compelling response to question #7, Eyman and Restoration Exchange selected the top 10 entries from April 1-6 to be displayed on Eyman’s Facebook page for public voting through April 30. Every finalist will receive a $50 parts and labor credit from Eyman.
- Only completed surveys were eligible for prizes.
THIS PROMOTION HAS ENDED. THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT PARTICIPATED AND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING WINNERS!
GRAND PRIZE – $2,500
Congratulations to Ron Goodman for taking the time to submit this submission:
“My home was built in 1920. It is 3 blocks west of Joslyn Castle. It was the west edge of Omaha in 1920 and was built after the 1913 Easter Sunday tornado. Eyman just replaced my central AC, water heater, and three sinks and faucets.”
SECOND PRIZE – $1000
Sending a round of congratulations to Kelly Thompson!
Her submission follows: “Built in 1917 in the Historic Minne Lusa Neighborhood, our home is a beautiful craftsman/arts & crafts style home situated on a double lot. It had fallen into terrible disrepair and could easily have been a candidate for demolition, but it was lovingly restored by an area homeowner who has rescued and restored several homes in the area. We purchased this home in the fall of 2015 after our first visit when we realized what a gem it was – so much original wood and the amazing craftsmanship.”
THIRD PRIZE – $500
Congratulations Geoff DeOld!
“Our home is the Arthur G. Rocheford Building with our design practice on the street level, and our apartment above on the second level. It was built in 1913 in the Italianate style. It retains its first floor cast-iron columns with inset double entryway and transom windows overhead. The building was built with a small tin cornice with corbelled brickwork and a raised stringer course. Interior details include oak flooring and a pressed tin ceiling on the main level. It’s located in the heart of the Vinton Street Business District.”