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Free room design and makeover for SWFL first responder

Local broker and home stylist says one more day to enter to win
Posted at 9:50 AM, Apr 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-14 09:50:58-04

NAPLES, Fla. — Now that you’re spending more time at home because of social distancing and the COVID-19 pandemic do you find yourself wanting to do more projects around the house? Well, you’re not alone.

Heather Caine, owner of Caine Premiere Properties and a local home stylist, says her phone has been ringing with clients asking about remodels and more.

“Right now, home is your safe place and what better way to brighten up your space right now when you’re spending more time at home than you ever thought imaginable?” She asks.

Caine recently launched a store on Amazon called It’s a Beautiful Day in Paradise. On the site, you can find designs for each room of your home and you can get the look on a budget. Caine says each look she and her team pulled together is under $2500 and suits several different tastes.

With all of the stress and uncertainty in the world right now, because of the Coronavirus, Caine thought it would be nice to spread some cheer. She’s doing a giveaway for first responders in SWFL right now. The winner will get to choose from 10 designs and will get a full room makeover.

“A lot of people say well, who is a first responder and I feel like it’s anyone out on the front lines. Firefighters, nurses, doctors, anyone in the medical industry that is helping us and working to keep us healthy through all of this,” Caine explains.

To sign up head to either of her facebook pages or her Instagram page and click Like on the post about the giveaway. Make sure to follow her pages too. Then just tag yourself or a first responder you know! It’s that easy.

Caine says you have to be tagged on the post by 5pm this Wednesday, April 15th, and she will choose a winner live on her social media accounts at 7:30pm Wednesday night.

“It’s a great way for us to give back to that community and really show kindness,” Caine adds.

Good luck and thank you for all of your hard work to keep SWFL safe!