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How would you make a difference with $5000? Let's talk.

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We're geeking out in total tool-loving style at the Remodeling Show and Deck Expo. And we're asking everyone: How could you make a difference with $5000? Join us.

MyFixitUpLife is heading to the annual Remodeling Show and Deck Expo, ready to announce Rebuilding Together's 'Tradesperson of the Year.' To celebrate the trades who give back in their communities around the country, we're testing (and rewarding) the skills and knowledge of attendees among the power and prowess from inside the 'Tool Alley' at the Remodeling show and Deck Expo.

And while Mark may rule the pages and airwaves of MyFixitUpLife with his tool afficionado attitude, self-proclaimed tool-geek Kayleen McCabe and long-time Rebuilding Together volunteer is joining Theresa as co-host on this special episode of MyFixitUpLife talk. Kayleen's got game, too. She's a licensed contractor, host of DIY Network's 'Rescue Renovation,' and the 2009 Stud Finder winner.

Yes, remodelers and deck builders do geek out on tools, many of them also use their skills to help their communities. We'll be talking with Grundy, host of DIY Network's Cool Tools and Blog Cabin, and Charley Shimanski, CEO of Rebuilding Together, and amazing tradespeople about their passion for building, their favorite go-to tools, and why making a difference matters to them.

And we're asking everyone: How could you make a difference with $5000?

Join us Thursday, October 23th at 1pmET as Theresa and Kayleen talk to Chris Grundy, Charley Shimanski, and amazing tradespeople.

Come visit us during the day on Thursday, October 23rd at the Tool Alley at the Remodeling Show and Deck Expo in Baltimore to find out how you can win Lowe's money from us, and tell us: How could you make a difference with $5000?

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