Mid-Cape Home Centers Takes Home Six Industry Awards

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Mid-Cape Home Centers, based in South Dennis, and a division of USLBM, was recently honored with two BRICC awards and four PRISM Awards

The BRICC Awards are hosted bi-annually on Cape Cod by the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HBRACC). This October, Mid-Cape and in-house Kitchen and Bath Designer, Donna Benoit, won Gold in Kitchen Remodel under $100k. Mid-Cape also took home Silver for Best Marketing Program, Event or Series for their Educational Campaign for Builders and Contractors which they implemented this past year. This campaign spans from their social media content to in-person events, offering their customers a true “Experience that Builds,” as their motto states.

PRISM awards
Peter Furia, Derek Partridge, Fallon Rice, Jack Stevenson, Crystal Pieschel, Dale Simmons at the PRISM awards.

Alongside HBRACC, The Building and Remodeling Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB) hosts the annual PRISM Awards, which took place at the Museum of Science, Boston. This gala recognizes the finest projects and outstanding achievements of professionals in the home building industry.

Mid-Cape won a Gold PRISM for their Educational Builder and Contractor Campaign that was an integral part of their Marketing Campaign for which they won at the BRICC Awards. In addition, Mid-Cape was also honored with a Gold award for Best Event for their now, bi-annual First Responder Event, a community-focused event aimed to showcase both their own and the community’s appreciation for the First Responder community through fundraising on behalf of the Sean M. Gannon Memorial Fund. Another community focused initiative, Mid-Cape’s Tommy’s Place Fundraiser, which raised over $48,000 for the local non-profit, was awarded Silver in the Community Spirit category.

Lastly, Mid-Cape launched their Women in the Industry Logo this Spring with their Women’s Demo Day Event Series. The logo, which is used for event promotions, on t-shirts raising funds for the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition and on social media, portrays the strength and leadership it takes for women to be respected in the LBM Industry. The team took a Silver Award home for this logo in the Best Logo category.

“We are first and foremost a building materials supplier, and we put a lot of effort into deeply supporting our local communities as well as providing added value to our building partners,” said Director of Marketing Crystal Pieschel. “We’re constantly doing more than meets the eye to encourage and support evolution in the industry both locally and nationally, and these recognitions show us we have the support to continue making an impact.”