From the Producers who brought you “Pawn Stars,” “American Restoration,” and “Counting Cars”…
NEW TV SERIES FOR A MAJOR BROADCAST NETWORK IS THANKING AMERICAN MILITARY FAMILIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR THEIR SERVICE!
Do you or someone you know have a family member who is a veteran or active duty military member?
Have you or your community been fighting a battle on the homefront?
Has the family business or farm been struggling?
Has an unexpected crisis, such as a major storm or natural disaster, occurred in your community while your loved one has been serving or since they have returned?
Do you or a service member you know need a helping hand?
In this heart warming new docu-series, our task force of military veterans will work to make the lives of service members, veterans, and their families a little easier back home. The goal of the program is to showcase that soldiers are soldiers for life and no matter what happens, they have one another’s backs. Our task force will alleviate some of the family’s worries, so they can live out the American Dream they gave up so much to protect. If your family or a military family you know needs a helping hand, we want to hear from you!
To nominate someone or for more information and to speak with a Casting Producer, please email: laura.spina@leftfieldpictures.
Some examples of the kinds of stories they are looking for are:
Wounded service members or disabled veterans who would benefit from their house or business being renovated to suit their needs.
- Military families who experience a natural disaster and could use help – neighborhood flooded, house burned down, hurricane took off roof, tornado tore through area, mudslide, etc.
- Rebuild a community center, playground, etc.
- Help restore a veteran run or military family run business
- Help restore a family farm in any way we can
- Reuniting a service member or veteran with family members or battle buddies
- Help organizing a wedding or celebration for a service member/veteran
My husband is a 30 year navy . He has lots of stories to tell. He was on river boats in Vietnam (3 tours there) he is one of the GREAT men came home and got spat on. Makes me Ill for people to be so disrespectful to any of our MILITARY. They are the ones that keep us free.
When we go out to eat, no matter where, if we see military, police, firefighters, EMS, we pay for their food if it is not already paid for. These men and women are there to help us. They deserve out ” Respect ” .The government owes them much more than they get.