Honolulu, Hawaii (PRWEB) November 10, 2014
Brookfield Homes Hawaii will be featured in this incredible television special premiering Tuesday, November 11th, on Scripps cable channels. “A Hero’s Welcome” will honor one of our nation’s most deserving heroes in the most memorable way imaginable.
Staff Sergeant Tony Woods has served his country for over two decades. While in Iraq, he was severely injured by an improvised explosive device, landing him in a coma for 45 days. When Tony woke, he went right back to serving his country. In addition to selflessly serving his Country, he and his wife Joedi have opened up their home on Oahu to children in need of loving parents, fostering as many kids as their home can hold. Preparing to retire from military duty, now is the time for Tony and his family to be thanked in the way they deserve.
Brookfield Homes Hawaii paired up with Food Network and HGTV all-stars Robert Irvine and Genevieve Gorder, along with humanitarian and cinema icon Gary Sinise, to completely renovate the Wood’s home. Brookfield Homes Hawaii lead the build, calling in local vendors and industry personnel to complete the four-day renovation.
Brookfield Homes Hawaii President Jeffrey J. Prostor said of the experience, “Each and every person who took place in lending a helping hand is deeply honored for being chosen to make a difference in a family’s life that had made a difference in so many others lives to begin with.”
Tune in to witness the emotions firsthand as Tony and Joedi experience the surprise of their lives. They arrive home to find their lives transformed and their community standing ready to thank Tony for his selfless service.
“A Hero’s Welcome” will air November 11th on the following times and Scripps channels:
- 9 p.m./8 p.m. CT on Food Network
- 10 p.m./9 p.m. CT on Cooking Channel
- 10 p.m./9 p.m. CT on Great American Country
- 11 p.m./10 p.m. of CT on HGTV
- 11 p.m./10 p.m. CT on DIY Network
- 11 p.m./10 p.m. CT on Travel Channel
Award-winning Brookfield Homes Hawaii, Inc. offers luxury residential resort communities on the islands of Hawaii including KaMilo at Mauna Lani (Island of Hawaii), Nihilani at Princeville and PiliMai at Poipu (Island of Kauai).