KBE has chosen its “Thousand Bucks” website contest winners. The contest was created to bring attention to KBE and our new website.
Each contestant who correctly answered questions about the company was entered in the contest to win one of four $50 gift cards or a $1,000 donation to their favorite children’s charity or non-profit organization.
The winners are:
- North Sturtevant, from JSA Architects, who correctly answered question number one (“In which market does KBE have the most clients?”) and won one $50 gift card. The correct answer is Education.
- Nick Thrappas, from ARC Construction Services, who correctly answered question number two (“How many awards has KBE won from the Associated Builders & Contractors?”) and won one $50 gift card. The correct answer is 34, which included two People’s Choice Awards, three Best in Show Awards, nine Excellence in Construction Awards, seven Gold STEP Awards, 11 Platinum STEP Awards, one Outstanding Achievement for Quality, Innovation, and Teamwork Award, and one Chapter Safety Award.
- Mark Allen, from Jacunski Humes Architects, who correctly answered question number three (“What do the KBE initials stand for?”) and won one $50 gift card. The correct answer is Kolakowski, Brown, and Etzel.
- Wes Roussel, from Wilco Sales & Service, who correctly answered question number four (“What are KBE’s four core values?”) and won one $50 gift card. The correct answer is Dedication, Innovation, Integrity, and Pride.
- Chuck Morrell, from the University of Connecticut, who correctly answered question number five (“How did KBE’s 50 Ways to Make a Difference program get its name?”) and won a $1,000 donation to the University of Connecticut Student Union Enhancement Fund, which provides financial support to the University’s students. The correct answer is that “50 Ways” honored KBE’s 50th anniversary in 2009.
Thank you to everyone who entered to win! We were thrilled by the number of respondents and correct answers.