Get ready to pack your bags and join the charming duo of Ben and Erin Napier on a brand-new adventure! The HGTV stars are back for an exciting season of “Home Town Takeover” that promises to be nothing short of extraordinary.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the couple spilled the beans on what fans can expect from their latest project, set in the picturesque town of Fort Morgan, Colorado. From stunning makeovers to heartwarming stories of community spirit, this season is sure to leave you feeling inspired and uplifted.
Read more as we will talk about the Unique location of the show “Home Town Takeover,” The Napier Couple asking Napier for help, and Erin saying that the show causes a “Ripple Effect.”
The Unique location of the show “Home Town Takeover” Season 2
Fort Morgan, Colorado is a town that boasts of something unique – it has more jobs than residents! The HGTV stars, Ben and Erin Napier, recently opened up about their experience working on the latest season of “Home Town Takeover” in this town.
In an interview with a popular publication, Ben explained that the town had all the jobs it needed to thrive, but it lacked something crucial – life. And so, the duo set out to help the town rediscover its vibrant spirit and bring it back to life.
It’s every small town’s dream to be chosen for the coveted “Home Town Takeover” series by HGTV. And when it came to selecting the town for its first season, the network was flooded with over 6,000 applications from towns across the country.
Erin, one-half of the dynamic duo behind the show, recently revealed to Entertainment Weekly that the network ultimately chose Fort Morgan, Colorado, out of the thousands of applications received.
Erin went on to explain that the decision to choose Fort Morgan was made to avoid any accusations of favoritism. However, the selection process still remains a mystery to the Napiers, leaving them to ponder the reasoning behind the network’s choice. Erin herself speculated that the network may have wanted to see them in a “fish out of water” scenario.
Ben & Erin Napier Aksks the Marrs Couple, Dave & Jenny Marrs, To Help “Carry The Load
Get ready for a dream team collaboration as the beloved duo of Ben and Erin Napier joins forces with Dave and Jenny Marrs, the stars of “Fixer to Fabulous“! These four renovation experts, known for their incredible transformations and community-focused approaches, are coming together for the latest season of “Home Town Takeover.”
Announcing the new season on Instagram, Erin expressed her gratitude towards the Marrs for their support, stating that they are helping to “carry the load” and prevent the team from losing their minds!
This season promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with 10 all-star HGTV and Food Network talent joining the two couples to complete a whopping 18 renovation projects across homes, local businesses, and public spaces in Fort Morgan, Colorado.
While the projects are split between the two couples, Erin revealed to Entertainment Weekly that they have the fun projects, community spaces, and the downtown facade, while Dave and Jenny will be tackling residential projects.
Erin Napier Said That The Show Had Cause a “Ripple Effect”
The impact of “Home Town Takeover” on the town of Fort Morgan, Colorado, has been nothing short of remarkable. The couple, Ben and Erin, along with Dave and Jenny Marrs, have been working tirelessly to revitalize the town and bring it back to life. And their hard work has not gone unnoticed.
During their appearance on “Today with Hoda & Jenna” to promote the new season, Jenny revealed that the show had caused a “ripple effect” in Fort Morgan. The infectious spirit of the renovation work has spread throughout the town, inspiring locals to take up the mantle and make improvements of their own.
Erin further elaborated on this, explaining to host Jenna Bush Hager and guest host Reba McEntire that the renovation work has had a domino effect – on building’s transformation inspires the next building to get new signage, which in turn leads to the next building getting a fresh coat of paint.
The beauty of this ripple effect is that it doesn’t require a massive facelift or total makeover to make a difference. Everyone can contribute in their own way, making the town feel alive again and instilling a sense of community pride.