AIS Lends Extreme Makeover: Home Edition a Helping Hand
The office furniture manufacturer's donation including 24 workstations, three private offices, four teacher stations, a conference table, 43 desk chairs, and 80 storage units, is valued at over $275,000.
Nicholas Tamarin -- Interior Design, 9/2/2009 12:00:00 AM
In its second partnership with the ABC television network's Emmy Award-winning reality television series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Affordable Interior Systems has donated office furniture to the newly rebuilt The Fishing School in Washington, D.C.
The youth development organization for children ages six to 13 was rebuilt by IA Interior Architects as part of the hit show's upcoming seventh season. For their part, AIS donated 24 workstations, three private office set-ups, four teacher stations, a conference table, 43 desk chairs, and 80 storage units, valued at over $275,000, and installation services for three floors of the school by Maryland Office Interiors.
AIS had previously furnished over 20 office spaces in the rebuilding of the Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Center in Honolulu, Hawaii for the fifth season premiere of EMHE. AIS exceeded its previous donation for The Fishing School project, which represents the show's largest build to date. The show is set to air sometime in November.
Images of product lines donated to The Fishing School; courtesy of AIS.