Military living room makeover contest deadline extended

Laurie Ann McMillin Ray, Southern California author, store owner and interior designer, is extending the deadline to March 15 for San Diegans to nominate military families to receive a free living room makeover.

“With the strong military community in San Diego, we wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to enter the contest for a living room makeover,” Ray said.

The Always Ready – Always Faithful – Always Courageous contest is a way for Ray to support our troops by supporting their families at home.

One of San Diego’s deserving military families will be selected to receive a complete living room makeover by the design boutique at Liberty Station known as At Home with Laurie Ann.

Ten lucky applicants will also get an autographed, complimentary copy of her new book – At Home With Laurie Ann, A Decorator’s Guide: Turn the Place You Live Into a Home You Love.

Between now and March 15, members of the military living in San Diego are invited to apply or submit applications for particularly deserving families who have a living room in exceptional need of a makeover.

At Home with Laurie Ann is the name of Laurie Ann McMillin Ray’s latest interior design boutique and also the title of her new book. The colorful book offers readers practical tips and tricks for decorating stylishly on a budget.

For more information and contest rules, visit or write

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