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DVR Alert: Saturn Work with Hands on Homes to be Featured in "Renovation Nation" Segment Friday

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Catch the Saturn Hands on Homes team in action helping families build affordable, energy-efficient homes on a new episode of "Renovation Nation" this Friday, August 21st at 9pm EST. With the help of various charitable organizations, Saturn Hands on Homes is helping to rebuild some of the neglected neighborhoods of Detroit's East Side. The program coordinates funding and volunteer efforts with Saturn retailers, Habitat for Humanity, and Jon Bon Jovi's Philadelphia Soul Charitable Foundation, to construct homes using green practices and materials.