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  Meg Caswell help???
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Hi there!
I'm trying desperately to figure out how to contact this new show located in Chicago! I believe it's called Meg's Great Room???

You see, my amazing sister has helped me through an extremely hard time recently, helping me put pieces of my life back together, taking me in as a lost soul and more.

After all she has done for me, I want so much to do something great for her! Like have Meg visit her Chicago home and create a Great Room in the back part of her house.

I'm still broke, unemployed, trying to get on my feet- it's hard to know when I could adequately thank her without HGTVs help??? Please send me in the best direction to follow this dream I have for my wonderful sister and her adorable family.

Posts: 2 | Registered: May 03, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Margo, it sounds like your sister would be very deserving and it's lovely that you want to do something for her. However, HGTV doesn't read these boards and 99.9% of the designer/decorators don't either. I'd suggest you go to the "Be on HGTV" and see if there is a call for Meg's show. Barring that, you might see if Meg is still in business in Chicago and appeal to her. Barring even that, you may be able to scrape together a small amount of money and see if you can find a design student or a decorator just starting out who might like to add to their portfolio. When I was starting in the business I did several "free" ReDesigns for people just to 1) get practice and 2) add to my portfolio. A ReDesign will use what your sister already has in a new way and usually there is little to no money expended. Good luck.
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