Fixing Your Beach House? Be on TV!

With everyone going back to school and work, this is typically the time of year when beach house owners do a lot of maintenance and renovation, so it will all be shiny and new for next year’s season.

(Sob!) the view from my mom's former beach house in Fenwick Island, Del.

(Sob!) the bay view from my mom’s former beach house in Fenwick Island, Del.

If you’re in the midst of planning work at a house along one of the Maryland or Delaware beaches, producers for a national TV show want YOU. (I’m not at liberty to name the network for this decorating and home renovation show, but believe me, you’ve heard of it.)

The casting call for this yet-unnamed pilot show is targeting renovations that consist of at least three spaces and would take about six weeks to complete. THEY ARE NOT PAYING FOR YOUR RENOVATIONS, mind you, just looking for some great properties to feature.

One of the benefits, though, is having show host Marnie Oursler, a fifth-generation builder in Bethany Beach, Del., work closely with the lucky homeowners to make sure the transformation is everything they envision. Examples of Marnie’s past work are right here.

Marnie Oursler

Marnie Oursler

Do you have a TV-worthy project?
Call casting director Joe Pinzone:
Skype: joefromnyc

Good luck!