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Dunbar Builders Selected For Membership In Southern Living Custom Builder Program

August 15, 2011

COLUMBIA, SC – Dunbar Builders Inc.has been selected for membership in the Southern Living Custom Builder Program. The Columbia area homebuilder is one of 100 builders chosen for the eighteenth year of the exclusive Southern Living builder program.

Each year, Southern Living carefully selects members based on their reputation among local businesses and consumers; strength of presence in their respective markets; superior quality and attention to detail; innovative style; and other criteria. Members of the Southern Living Custom Builder Program have access to the entire Southern Living House Plans Service collection, which features more than 1000 plans created by respected architects and designers throughout the nation.

“The builder program is a natural extension of our overall homes effort, which aims at offering quality designs and new ideas to consumers across the Southeast,” said Kristen Payne, Executive Director of theSouthern Living Builder Program.  “We believe we have chosen outstanding builders across the region to help us do this.”

Dunbar Builders Inc. is an award-winning custom home building company serving the Greater Columbia, SC area since 1994. The father-son team of Pat and Patrick Dunbar builds in many fine communities in the Columbia area including the award-winning Saluda River Club, Woodcreek Farms and Timberlake, and on client-owned lots. Pat presently serves on the Lexington County Planning Commission, and previously spent 16 years on the Richland County Planning Commission. He is a past president of the Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia. Patrick Dunbar is actively involved in the Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia, and presently serves on the association’s board of directors.

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Southern Living (www.southernliving.com), the premier lifestyle and entertainment magazine of the South, reaches more than 16 million readers each month with a circulation of 2.8 million. Published 12 times a year by a subsidiary of Birmingham, Alabama-based Southern Progress Corporation, Southern Living celebrates the heart of Southern life.