WILSONVILLE, Ore. – November 17, 2008 – Costa Pacific Communities CEO Rudy Kadlub , joined several other industry leaders in Anaheim, California, last week to judge The Nationals 2009, a sales and marketing awards competition conducted each year by the National Sales and Marketing Council (NSMC), which is a division of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
As a Life Director of the NAHB and a past chair of the Sales and Marketing Council, Rudy has dedicated his career to the home-building industry and in turn, to leveraging his expertise and become involved in events like The Nationals. This is the fifth year he has judged the competition.
With 27 years of experience, Rudy has achieved a great deal of success in a sales and management capacity as well as in his ability to create trend-setting, award-winning communities.
Under Rudy’s leadership, Costa Pacific Communities has earned more design and marketing awards than any other developer/homebuilder in the Pacific Northwest. The master-planning company co-developed Orenco Station, a 1,834-home, transit-oriented mixed-use community in Hillsboro, Ore., that was named Master Planned Community of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in 1999.
Two of the communty’s newest housing products are the Carvalho Condominiums and the Seville Rows. With direct access to the heart of the community, these new homes offer a carefree lifestyle in both three-story townhome-style and one-level flat designs. Ranging in size from 1,291 to 2,321 square feet, the two home styles boast distinct two bedroom floor plans priced between $320,000 and $583,675.