Brambleton Receives "Community of the Year" Award

Jan 08, 2013, 12:59 ET from Brambleton

LEESBURG, Va., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Brambleton, an award-winning master-planned community located in Loudoun County, Virginia, today announces its recognition by The National Sales and Marketing Awards as Silver Award Winner in the category of "Community of the Year." In addition, Brambleton was also recognized in the "Best Landscape Design" category.


"We are proud that Brambleton is being recognized by The Nationals as one of the top communities in the United States," said Kim Adams, Director of Marketing at Brambleton. "Our dedication to building a vibrant mixed-use development, coupled with an amazing community of individuals and families, truly makes Brambleton a unique and award-winning place to call home."

The National Sales and Marketing Council (NSMC), a council of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), along with Wells Fargo Home Loans, sponsors The Nationals.  Silver Award Winners are the top vote recipients in each category and are the finalists for the Gold Awards, which are announced at a black-tie gala in January.

Brambleton is an award-winning master-planned community located in Loudoun County, Virginia. Brambleton encompasses nearly 2,000 acres and 8,181 single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums. Brambleton is owned and operated by Soave Real Estate.  For information about the community, please call (703) 722-2864 or visit  Follow Brambleton on Facebook and Twitter.

About Soave Enterprises:

Soave Enterprises is a diversified management and investment company founded by Detroit businessman Anthony L. Soave. Soave Enterprises provides strategic planning, financial and other management resources to its affiliated business ventures.  Recently, Forbes Magazine ranked Soave Enterprises as the 251st largest privately held company in the United States. For more information visit

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