Dulin debuts model home in Bridgemore

Ethics Construction Company, LLC., which owns the franchise for Arthur Rutenberg Homes for Knox and surrounding counties, held a ribbon cutting hosted by Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce at its newly completed Arthur Rutenberg Homes model home in Phase II of Bridgemore subdivision located off McFee Road, Farragut. On hand for the event, from left, were: Ron Roeck, Ethics vice president of marketing; Mike Dulin, Ethics president; Kelly Reid-Polito, Arthur Rutenberg Homes sales consultant; Karen Cornwell, lead sales consultant, and Andrea Knox, sales consultant, both with Gables & Gates REALTORS, and a host of Chamber members. Mike Dulin, president of Ethics Construction Company, LLC, of Knoxville and general contractor, has brought the Arthur Rutenberg Homes franchise to Farragut and East Tennessee.

Dulin purchased the franchise for Knox and surrounding counties. He announces the grand opening of a model home in Phase II of Bridgemore subdivision off McFee Road in Farragut, which was Friday, Sept. 30, when Farragut West Knox Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting.

The model home will be open to perspective buyers seven days a week.

“This model home will showcase the construction excellence and design elegance of an Arthur Rutenberg Homes custom residence,” Andrea Knox, associate sales consultant, said. “From unique flowing floor plans to unparalleled function, you will notice the difference as soon as you walk through the front doors.”
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