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April 9, 2007                       

CONTACT:    Brent Walter
Public Relations Specialist
brent(at)askthedecorator(dot)com



DECORATING MEETS TRAVEL IN NEW WEB VIDEOS


CINCINNATI, Ohio - Ask the Decorator owner and host Meghan Carter hits the road coast-to-coast to find the answers to decorating dilemmas. From world famous architecture to leading manufacturers, Carter explores the world of interior design through the backdoor by interviewing industry experts and finding tips for the everyday person.
    Each week Carter travels to a new destination and discusses a new topic -- whether it's how to make the best buy or how to decorate using a certain style. The short, Internet videos are upbeat, entertaining and most importantly, free.
    "Everyone is entitled to a beautiful home, and helping people make smart decisions on what to buy and where to put it is the first step to achieving that goal," owner and host Meghan Carter said. "By providing the videos for free, we can reach as many people as possible."
    Explanatory articles and extra tips accompany the videos, giving readers easy access to the videos' information. The videos can be found on the Ask the Decorator Web site, www.askthedecorator.com, and the Ask the Decorator YouTube Channel, www.youtube.com/askthedecorator.
    To discover more about Ask the Decorator and Carter's trip around the nation or to schedule an interview with Carter, contact Brent Walter or visit www.askthedecorator.com.

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About Ask the Decorator

    Founded in 2006, Ask the Decorator strives to enable readers and viewers to make the best decisions when decorating and designing their homes. Through videos, articles and checklists - Ask the Decorator offers a variety of information focused on answering decorating questions and providing inspiration.

About Meghan Carter

    Entrepreneur Meghan Carter graduated summa cum laude from Ohio University in 2006 with two degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with a major in public relations and a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a major in economics. After graduation, Carter combined her love of interior design with her communication and business skills to create Ask the Decorator.




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