MBM Designs celebrates Master Builders Award win.June 25, 2014 3:30am
MBM Designs owner Leigh Morris, wife Crystal and daughter Ella are celebrating the teams win of the Master Builders Award for a renovation under $200,000.
They say winners are grinners and Kyabram builder Leigh Morris and his crew are grinning big after taking home a Master Builders award for best renovation less than $200
Mr Morris, who has owned and operated MBM Designs since 2003, took home the award at a ceremony 230 people attended in Wodonga two weeks ago.
‘‘It was great to come away with the award,’’ Mr Morris said.
Read the full story and see pictures of the renovation in the print edition of the Kyabram Free Press.
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