Prost! Rocky Mountain Plan Company at HBA Oktoberfest

by Heather Sellers October 25, 2013 1 min read

We had a great time at the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver's Oktoberfest Fall Trade Show yesterday! Heather, Bernie, and Kelli brought several of our plan collections to show off at the Builder Appliance Center, and they had fun sampling beer and meeting friends, both new and old. 
To get your own copy of our Turning Leaves Collection, featuring six great floor plans and features on Craftsman style architecture and millennial home buyers, you can order it through our e-store or on Amazon!


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