Cameras Rolling Sunday For “George to the Rescue”

March 26, 2015

An NBC camera crew is winging its way to O’Hare this weekend to begin filming Sunday for our segment of “George to the Rescue,” and we are so ready and excited.

An NBC camera crew is wingingits way to O’Hare this weekend to begin filming Sunday for our segment of“George to the Rescue,” and we are so ready and excited.

Beth,Jennifer, Lauren, Tod and I have been drawing up plans and ordering furnishingsand accessories for this project for many weeks as we help make a wish cometrue for Drew Davis, a Waukegan artist and father of two whose home needs someTLC.

We arelooking forward to meeting Drew and his 9-year-old twins and getting acquaintedwith George Oliphant, star of “George to the Rescue.” Filming will continue forthree weeks, ending with the exciting “big reveal” on Sunday, April 19. Wecan't wait to see the family's reaction to their updated home!

Details aretop-secret until the segment airs Sunday, May 3, but I can say that just likeany client, we had several goals for Drew’s home, and organization was theoverarching priority.

Because hisart was literally taking over the whole house we elected to consolidate thecreative side and the business side and of course, we used his artwork asinspiration.

These aregoing to be busy weeks, and we want to thank our wonderful service providersfor their help on this worthy project, including:

-BryanDavis, North Shore Home Improvement and Renovations Inc.

-BruceSvoboda of Bruce Svoboda Floor Design

-MikeSchmid at Schmid's Custom Window Treatments

-NealKaplan at Fireplaces Plus

-DennyDennis at Hardroc, Inc.

-JoeCaminiti at Elite Designer Service

-NancySchnell at FairyDust Creations

-PeterKnowa at Peter's Decorating

Wemake a great team as we have all collaborated on so many previous projects!

Lights. Camera. Action.We are ready to roll!

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