Wanted Deserving & Inspirational Candidates for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Atlantic Aluminum Products of Greenwood is partnering with WMDT TV 47 to register potential candidates for an upcoming episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Extreme Makeover: Home Edition has helped more than 100 deserving families from across the country remodel their homes in need of repair. The hosts team up with local contractors and volunteers to remodel or rebuild an entire house. Usually these ventures take months to finish, but by working around the clock with hundreds of assistants, homes are transformed or rebuilt in less than a week. If you are potential applicant or if you know a deserving family who needs their home remodeled, visit Atlantic Aluminum Products at 12144 Sussex Highway in Greenwood to complete a pre-registration card. Applications will be accepted until July 18. Local ABC affiliate, WMDT 47, will film a two-minute video of nominees who meet the show's requirements. Candidates should highlight why Extreme Makeover should chose their family.

WMDT 47 booth at the Delaware State Fair on Sunday, July 20. ABC's casting directors will review all the submissions. The first time Extreme Makeover: Home Edition came to Delaware was in February 2008. Local volunteers demolished and rebuilt the homes of Rose Chatman and her neighbor, Ju-juanna Latif, a social worker and mother of four children living in Wilmington. Atlantic Aluminum participated by donating the materials and labor for the front balcony railings. "It was such a rewarding experience to participate in making a family's dream a reality. We wanted to do what we could to give back to the community by helping another family," said Dan Schlabach, president of Atlantic Aluminum Products. "This could be a great opportunity for a family in our community to get the help they need. Atlantic Aluminum Products is a local company which produces and installs aluminum guard and hand railing. They also install sunrooms, screen porches, and vinyl enclosures.

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