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Cleveland Company Working On Extreme Makeover Home Edition

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By Amy Morrow

Eyewitness News Anchor/Reporter

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - A Cleveland company is gearing up to do their part for the Extreme Makeover Home Edition.

"Wow Factory creates, builds cast props, stage sets, murals," says Edmund Curry, project coordinator.

The Wow Factory is based in Cleveland, but has done work in many states, work like you can see at Tyner United Methodist Church.

Curry says they recently finished up work for an extreme home makeover in South Carolina. 

"They have been wonderful and great to work with, the experience on the last one in South Carolina was amazing it' s beyond what I can explain on camera," says Curry.

They say they look forward to working again with the folks here in the Tennessee Valley.

"They've been wonderful to us, so appreciative, if anyone gets the chance to do it, it's gonna be the experience of a lifetime, I promise," says Curry.

Curry says their work is unique and that the WOW Factory never sells the same project twice.

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