Monday, September 26, 2011


For the fourth time in two years, Nationwide Homes has been selected to participate in ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Martinsville, VA-based Nationwide Homes will work with lead builders, The Fusion Companies of Annapolis, Maryland on the modular home project. This project will be assembled in Salisbury, MD on Maryland’s Eastern Shore between Sept. 28th and Oct. 5th.  I lived Salisbury for years and I know that getting modular homes to this area can be an adventure. 

Brothers Wes, left, and Josh Sims, co-founders along with Mike Sponseller of Annapolis-based builder The Fusion Cos.,  celebrate their firm being chosen to do renovation work for the ABC show “Extreme Makeover Home Edition.”
“Nationwide is proud to support Fusion as they take on the challenge of building a high-performance, environmentally friendly modular home for a very deserving family,” said Dan Goodin, Nationwide’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We look forward to once again showing millions of Americans the precision, efficiency and green attributes of modular homes.”
Nationwide Homes was the first modular builder to be used in ABC’s Extreme Makeover program, in which a deserving person or family is provided with a new house donated by volunteers. The winner is notified and immediately sent away on vacation, while volunteers build the new house on the recipient's lot within the tight time frame of 106 hours.

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