Advice Interactive Group is helping sponsor an event that is teaming up Blue Ridge Log Cabins and the ABC television series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Blue Ridge Log Cabins was selected by the television show to help change the life of one special Fayetteville, NC family.
Blue Ridge Log Cabins is an 18-year-old company that has build more than 900 log homes throughout the nation, constructing each home in its 110,000 square foot, temperature-controlled manufacturing facility in South Carolina. While the Campobello, SC-based modular log home builder has officially been announced as a construction project participant, the family receiving the home has not yet been announced. A release by Blue Ridge says,
The Extreme Makeover: Home Edition episode will utilize Blue Ridge Log Cabins’ standard building process in which the majority of the home is build in the Blue Ridge manufacturing facility and then delivered and constructed on site in Fayetteville in a “one-day experience.”
The Emmy award winning ABC television reality program, now in its 9th season, will announce the family with their famous “Good morning!” wake up call and “door knock” on July 14th. The build will continue the next 7 days and culminate with the famous phrase, “Move that bus!” on July 21st. Dallas SEO company, Advice Interactive Group, will help Blue Ridge run their social media campaign promoting modular log cabins, the town of Fayetteville, the Join Extreme volunteer army, and the efforts to give back to a very special family.
Greg Landers, VP of Sales and Marketing for Blue Ridge Log Cabins, said at the press conference,
“It’s a life changing event for not only a family but for everybody who participates in this build … we’re a builder from South Carolina and the thing that I like about this project is it brings North Carolina and South Carolina together to deliver on one fantastic dream.”
With the “Heroes, Hearts, and Hardhats” theme, named in honor of the community spirit and patriotic pride of the great Fayetteville, NC, military town, seeking local volunteers to participate in the seven-day, televised construction project, the event is sure to be a blessing to the family and surrounding community.
“We couldn’t be happier to work alongside this fantastic community, and we hope everyone will turn out and join us in building a solid foundation for this deserving family,” – Blue Ridge President and CEO Chip Smith.