Thursday, March 13, 2014

Network TV Show Looking for Tucson Homeowners & Interior Designers

Posted By on Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 2:21 PM

Do you want to remodel a room in your house but can't afford it? Are you a interior designer with a face for television? A casting agency is looking for some local homeowners and interior designers for a new half-hour television show called Fix It & Finished It hosted by Antonio Sabato Jr.

It's good to see Jagger from General Hospital back in the swing of things.

Whether it’s a living room, bedroom, dining room, deck or even restoring a beat up old RV, Antonio and his team are ready to tackle it all... in ONE DAY!

Our designer will bring in all the necessary specialists and subcontractors to create the perfect space for our unsuspecting and deserving family.

Homeowners email your story, photos/video (of you and your space) and request an application before Friday, March 28. Designers must email photos/video of yourself and a brief description of your design philosophy by Friday, March 21.

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