FORT MYERS, Fla. — Southwest Florida retailer Norris Furniture & Interiors is delivering furnishings and furnishings to a local wounded veteran as part of “Military Makeover,” airing on the Life time Community. The national collection transforms the households and lives of armed forces veterans and their households.
“As a veteran myself, it is these types of an honor to give again to a further veteran and his spouse and children,” stated Larry Norris, proprietor of Norris Home furniture & Interiors. “We are very pleased to be component of one thing that is offering again to those who have given so substantially to this nation.”
Nearby of Cape Coral, Fla., Army Personnel Sergeant Daniel Burgess was selected to have his home renovated as portion of the tv sequence. In 2011, Burgess was hurt by a hidden improvised explosive machine as he was performing with Marines in Afghanistan. His restoration from the catastrophic injuries is ongoing, and his family members wishes to make their house safer and a lot more accommodating for him.
Norris designer Angela DiFrancesco coordinated with Dwelling & Backyard garden Television’s Jennifer Bertrand to select numerous merchandise for the Burgess’ eating home and grasp bed room at Norris’ Fort Myers showroom. Norris sent all of the home furniture to the freshly-renovated property and was part of the reveal on Dec. 12.
The full renovation will be unveiled in a 7-part series airing on Lifetime Network’s “Military Makeover” software starting off Feb. 12 and concluding March 26.