Win a $15,000 Room Makeover from ScotchBlue
ScotchBlue has teamed up with DIY Network's Sweat Equity on a new promotion. Much like the Sears Ugliest Room contest, they are asking for photos and videos of a room in your house that needs a facelift.
We were stunned and outraged with the winners of the Sears contest and we truly hope that ScotchBlue is a better judge of what really constitutes an ugly room than the judges at Sears (follow our indignation here and then here). Our guess is that the rigged voting of the Sears contest (we're conspiracy theorists) won't happen here because this contest is in a whole different league. Not only will the winner get an appearance on Sweat Equity with Amy Matthews (pictured), but they'll also get a $15,000 room makeover. That's a lot of money for one room. We're not talking a few coats of paint here, we're talking demo and rebuild.
To enter or for more information, go to ScotchBlueandyou.com
Press release with more information is after the jump.
ScotchBlue™ Painter's Tape and Amy Matthews, host of DIY Network's Sweat Equity, have launched a nationwide contest - ScotchBlue™ Brand & You: The Sweat Equity Crew - asking homeowners across America to submit a photo or video of a room in their home that's in dire need of a facelift. One lucky grand prize winner will receive a room makeover valued up to $15,000 as well as an appearance on Sweat Equity with Amy Matthews. Twenty finalists will each receive a $250 Visa Gift Card.
To enter the ScotchBlue™ Brand & You: The Sweat Equity Crew contest go to www.ScotchBlueandyou.com. Submissions will be accepted through December 29, 2010.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at October 1, 2010 5:05 AM