The women of Wilmington help two designers transform a new home into a getaway oasis to be awarded to one lucky viewer
NEW YORK, NY, July 5, 2005 — This summer WE: Women's Entertainment fills Tuesday nights with fabulous films and fashionable furnishings as She House Cinema, returns for its third season on August 2 at 8:00pm ET. The beachfront community of Wilmington, NC, is the location of this year's She House, making the final product a perfect summer getaway.
Throughout the season interior designers Jennifer Clutter and Aimee Cook, with help from handymen Jim Howard and Thomas Howard, and the women of Wilmington, will transform an empty house into a fantasy home with emphasis on things women find important – entertaining, relaxation, warmth, practicality and lots of style! When completed in September, the home will be awarded to one lucky WE viewer.
Throughout the summer the WE team has been working with the designers on a beautiful four-bedroom home in a private community beside the sea in Wilmington. Beginning with the August 2nd premiere, viewers will watch as the designers present their ideas for each room in the house. The winning design, as voted by women in the community, will be implemented by the losing designer while the other is treated to a special surprise outing.
During the final telecast, September 20, two finalists will try their key in the door of the completed home. The person with the key that opens the door wins the home, complete with its appliances, furnishings, and accessories. Beginning August 2, visitors to www.we.tv can get a peek inside SHE HOUSE, find easy decorating tips, and enter to win the completed home.
About the designers:
"Why not get paid to do what I love?" That was the thought that led 27-year-old Jennifer Clutter to set aside her business degree from Indiana University and background in sales to pursue a degree in interior design. In 2003 she achieved her dream of turning her hobby into a career. Currently residing in Charlotte, NC Jennifer is a full time interior designer, member of ASID and coach of a high school lacrosse team.
Shortly after relocating to Wilmington, NC, five years ago Aimee Cook decided to pursue her lifelong passion for interior design. A 27-year-old working mom, who's been refinishing unwanted furniture since she was a child, it's no wonder this Alabama native knows what women want in a home and how to get it. Aimee received a degree in interior design in 2003 and currently works for Elephant Ears Interior Design.
About WE: Women's Entertainment
WE: Women's Entertainment is the only cable network dedicated to helping women connect to one another and the world around them. With quality original programming including the hit series "Bridezillas," unique movie packages like "Three Men and A Chick Flick," topical specials and its public affairs initiative WE Empowers Women, the network supports women and appeals to their interests in pop culture, relationships and personal style. WE: Women's Entertainment is a subsidiary of Rainbow Entertainment Services and is currently seen in over 55 million homes.