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Veteran Home chosen for Makeover

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While there are many things to be thankful for this year.
One family is grateful to have a husband and dad home and a newly painted home.

The Benjamin Moore Color Care Across America Project is doing free interior painting & color makeovers for 51 wounded US veterans -one in each state and Washington, D.C.
In North Dakota U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Jonathan Sigl, was chosen to receive the color tribute. 
After being gone for 5 weeks, Officer Sigl returned home late last night to his wife, two kids and a newly painted home.

(Tonya Sigl / Home Painted) "I was just so impressed with the colors and how everything looked. The painters were so professional, yet also calming in a sense cause it was kind of stressful." 
(Jonathan Sigl / Home Painted) "I surprised, I was very thankful. It's a great time of year to be thankful for something that someone does out of the kindness of their heart and at Thanksgiving, I was really happy about it."

Benjamin Moore expects to donate nearly 3,000 gallons of paint.

 

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