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Host, actor and former U.S. Marine Corps Drill Instructor, R. Lee Ermey, keeps the home makeover in line with help from presenting partners Flooring America, Nicolette Doors, Paralyzed Veterans of America and Budget Blinds.
(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – March 2, 2016) In the second episode of this three-part, Military Makeover series, the transformation continues with more aesthetic touches throughout the home. Tune in, Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 7:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime® to see what our participants have in store for Technical Sergeant Kevin Parke, his wife and their five children.
Military Makeover, host R. Lee Ermey and their valued sponsors are dedicated to giving back to the military by assisting veterans and their families in need of improved housing solutions. The Parke family renovations were made possible thanks to the donations of these generous partners:
Installing Happiness from the Floor Up – with Flooring America
Flooring America retailers know the value of helping local communities and supporting national causes that impact the well-being of our friends and neighbors. Jennifer Kimball joins our Makeover team to explain their Installing Happiness Project, which does just that, and to provide the Parke Family with beautiful new flooring throughout the home. Go to http://www.FlooringAmerica.com to see all the options available for your home renovation.
Making a Lasting First Impression – with Nicolette Doors
The entrance to your house acts as the gateway to your home – a welcome for family and friends, and the first impression for visitors. Just like nearly everything else, technology is advancing the possibilities for this oft-overlooked area. Front doors are better than ever! Niki from Nicolette Doors introduces their new front door installation and provides the Parke Family with a beautiful front door for an unforgettable entryway. Visit http://www.NicoletteDoors.com to see the latest innovations.
Building Brighter Futures – with Paralyzed Veterans of America
For more than 68 years, Paralyzed Veterans of America has been on a mission to change lives and build brighter futures for seriously injured heroes. Today, the organization works to ensure all veterans and people with disabilities have everything they need to live full and productive lives. In this episode, they join Military Makeover to demonstrate their expertise in creating accessible, barrier-free homes, buildings and public spaces. To learn how more about Paralyzed Veterans of America and to find out how a veteran can get help from the organization, go to http://www.PVA.org.
Helping Veterans Become Entrepreneurs – with Budget Blinds
In this episode, Angela Sansom, Style Consultant for Budget Blinds, meets with Tiffany Parke to select a look and style for each room of her new home. Home Franchise Concepts, parent company to Budget Blinds, has awarded over $1 Million in discounts to veterans who have joined their system through previous veteran programs. Their goal is to give back and thank veterans by providing financial assistance for those who wish to own their own business. For more information, visit http://www.BudgetBlinds.com.
About Military Makeover®
From the producers of the award-winning home decorating and remodeling show, Designing Spaces®, Military Makeover is 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 change the living situation – and the lives – of these deserving individuals.
All of the episodes are available at http://www.militarymakeover.tv.