Rain Bird Joins Forces with ‘Military Makeover’ to Update Kansas Veteran’s Landscape

Being involved with this show gave us the opportunity to educate millions of viewers about how they, too, can enjoy the benefits of a water-efficient irrigation system. — Ray Peppiatt, Rain Bird Consumer Products Division

Rain Bird recently partnered with mini-series “Military Makeover,” airing on Lifetime TV, to help create a beautiful, water-efficient landscape for U.S. Army veteran Zeke Crozier and his family of Overland Park, Kan. While serving in Afghanistan, Crozier was injured and still suffers from equilibrium issues and PTSD.

“Sponsoring a Military Makeover episode was a great way for Rain Bird to support a military veteran while sharing tips for designing today’s modern irrigation system,” said Ray Peppiatt, marketing manager for Rain Bird’s Consumer Products Division. “We pride ourselves on the fact that our products save water and money in the pursuit of beautiful, healthy landscapes. Being involved with this show gave us the opportunity to educate millions of viewers about how they, too, can enjoy the benefits of a water-efficient irrigation system.”

Created by the producers of Lifetime’s popular “Designing Spaces” show, also airing on Lifetime, “Military Makeover” is dedicated to giving back to veterans of the U.S. military and their families. With help from decorators, designers, landscapers and other home renovation experts, the show’s host, retired U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant R. Lee Ermey makes a positive difference on the lives of military families across the nation.

Landscape contractor Tom Horn and his team from All-n-One Outdoor Solutions in Jefferson City, MO professionally installed the Croziers’ new irrigation system. The system features Rain Bird’s 42SA rotors, 1800 Series sprays with…

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