Gary Sinise Foundation
We pride ourselves on giving back to the community. We had a lot of fun doing this shoot for such a good cause! And now we wait for it to air so we can see it all unfold in 3 30min episodes airing on Lifetime Thursday’s and Friday’s at 7:30am.
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Here is the promo for Military Makeover that we we so honored to be a part of!!
What is Military Makeover??
About Military Makeover:
From the producers of the award-winning home decorating and remodeling show, Designing Spaces, comes a very special mini-series dedicated to giving back to members of our Military and their loved ones. Enlisting the help of decorators, designers, landscapers and other home renovation experts, our host, retired United States Marine Corps Staff Sergeant R. Lee Ermey “The Gunny”, helps transform the homes – and the lives – of military families across the country.
Whether it’s a veteran and their loved ones, a wounded warrior or a newly relocated military family, this mini-series salutes those that have risked the ultimate sacrifice, offering hope and a helping hand right here on the home front.
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