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Now casting for America's most Desperate Landscape 2018

Posted: 8/25/2017

How desperate is your backyard?

We are looking for fun homeowners with dreadful, chaotic, overgrown, under-tended, absolutely hopeless backyard landscapes.

DIY’s America’s Most Desperate Landscape is all about a massive transformation. We want to turn your backyard from desperate to delightful! Think patios or pergolas, stone walks or waterfalls… whatever it takes to create your perfect outdoor space for family time, a quiet retreat or lively entertaining.

OUR search to find and fix one of the most unattractive backyards in the country is YOUR chance to get our biggest landscape makeover of the year!
Is your backyard desperate enough for a transformation invasion?
Submit your entry for consideration!

To apply, please follow the tree-step entry guidelines below. Send the required info to: amdl@fogedgemedia.com

ENTRY GUIDELINES:

1. SEND US SOME INFO!

In your email, include your name, contact info and short explanation about yourself, your family and your back yard. Tell us why we should select you for AMDL 2018.

2. SEND US A VISUAL!

Include at least three or more pictures (25MB email limit) of your back yard (be sure to include a wide shot too so we can ‘get the picture’.

3. SHOW US YOUR DESPERATION!

Shoot a brief video* showcasing your desperate back yard AND your ‘fun’ personality. Get the family involved! Tell us/show us why we should bring the AMDL team to your home for the biggest backyard landscape invasion of the year.

4. POST YOUR VIDEO!

Post your video on YouTube and send us the link so we can watch it. Remember: If you are using your smart phone - make sure to hold it horizontally! Good luck!

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