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An ADA Dream Home for Savannah

July 3, 2014

Hi, I'm Athena Davis-Captain. I am Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Turner & Son Homes and Red Door Homes. I am breaking ground on a new home for my daughter, Savannah.

This will not be an ordinary home - Savannah's dream home will provide her with a new level of independence. This is Savannah's story - follow along as I share building an incredible home for an incredible girl.

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