MTB is excited to be a part of the St. Jude Dream Home, currently under construction in Indian Trail, just a short drive from Charlotte. The project raises money to support the extraordinary work of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. By purchasing raffle tickets to win this dream home, supporters can feel good knowing that all funds go to St. Jude kids and their families, so they can receive free cancer treatment.
For the construction of the St. Jude Dream Home, MTB has partnered with Trane to install the complete HVAC system. The four-bed, four-bath home measures nearly 3,100 square feet.
“Trane came to us with the opportunity to give back to the community,” said Charlie Cooper, MTB field supervisor. “It feels good. Doing heating and air, you don’t think you’ll get the chance to give back with something like this, so it’s great to come in here with Trane and be able to design and see the real cause we’re giving back to. One hundred percent of the proceeds go back to St. Jude.”
Newton Custom Homes & Realty is responsible for building the $450K home in Union County. To support St. Jude’s mission and enter your chance to win the dream home, buy a raffle ticket.
The winner can also expect a one-of-a-kind master suite, which will be designed by Mike Malone of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” fame. He’s keeping the design under wraps until the winner is chosen, so they’re in for a surprise at the end.
St. Jude is selling 17K raffle tickets to support their mission and give one lucky winner the dream home this fall. Open house tours begin September 14, and the winner will be announced October 10. Buy your raffle ticket here.To learn more about the St. Jude Dream Home and its home town of Indian Trail, check out this story from WBTV and stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the giveaway.
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