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Huntington’s CVB in search of owners of converted homes

Published 12:00am Sunday, September 16, 2012

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau has partnered with AMS Pictures in search of homes in Huntington, Cabell County or the surrounding area that have been converted from other structures.

Do you live in a former barn, grain silo, water tower, oil derrick, submarine, hollow tree, mausoleum, elevator shaft, post office, dam, or anything on wheels?

If you live in a converted house, call AMS Pictures, the largest production company in the Southwest. They are casting for converted homes for “You Live in What?,” a fun, light-hearted look at unique homes and their owners for HGTV.

In order to be considered for the show, you must live in a converted house, be the homeowner or responsible party, have converted the house yourself, and have photographs or video of the conversion process.

Send your name, contact info, a description of the house, and 5-10 photographs to: homecasting@amspictures.com.

Next, the company will call you for more information about your house.

If your house is selected, they will conduct a one-day shoot at your home at a convenient time. You will receive a small honorarium, a DVD of the show, and tons of praise for your ingenuity from audiences across the USA who love your converted house.

 

MORE INFORMATION

• www.hgtv.com/you-live-in-what/show/index.html

• amspictures.com

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