Bristol, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/23/2017 -- As one of the town's oldest and most valued businesses in Bristol Borough, Construction Building Materials was chosen to be interviewed by Amanda Brinkman of the Small Business Revolution team. Construction Building Material's longevity and commitment to customer service as a hardware & Lumber Yard near Bensalem, PA (in Bristol Borough) was shared in this interview and discussed as being what endears their customers to keep coming back time and time again. This business is certainly one of the building blocks that created the opportunity for Bristol Borough to make it to the short list for a chance to win $500,000. This money is meant to help six small businesses with both capital improvements and marketing in order to assist with developing their businesses.
The company, Deluxe, has teamed up with Robert Herjovic from Shark Tank to make this contest possible. Right now, Bristol Borough has made it to the final eight towns from over 14,000 other small towns throughout the United States. Competing with neighbors like: Cheltenham, Glenside, Hatboro, and Jenkintown, Bristol Borough's historic community on the Delaware has come out on top, so far.
Construction Building Materials encourages their customers to vote and support Bristol Borough in pursuing the prize against Georgetown, SC; Marietta, OH; Woodland Park, CO; Frostburg, MD; Red Wing, MN; North Adams, MA; and Kingsburg, CA. The final four will be announced come February 9th and voting will close on February 16th for the winner, which will be announced on February 22nd.
For further information, please visit the Small Business Revolution website. Also be sure to use or follow #mybristolborough to share and see all the wonderful comments people are participating in. Contact Construction Building Materials to learn more or to buy supplies to remodel a kitchen in Yardly, PA; call: 215-315-7002 (Bristol) or 215-392-0730 (Oakford).
About Construction Building Materials
In 1946, one of the oldest businesses in Bucks County, PA, was purchased by Peter Cattani, Nicholas Listorti, Gugliermo "Butch" Cattani, Angelo Quattrocchi and Joseph Quaranta. As a team, the group transformed what was once a coal yard into a building material supplier and fuel oil business. Construction Building Materials was later expanded to include a location in Oakford, PA. For many years, builders, remodelers, commercial businesses and government agencies have relied on the supplier to provide them with superb service and high-quality products. As an independent hardware retailer, they supply hand tools, housewares, paint, power tools, garden equipment, electrical hardware, heaters, air conditioners, sporting goods and more.
To learn more about Construction Building Materials, please visit: http://www.cbm1946.com