All-Star Collaboration

July 1, 2006 by  
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Houston Rockets lend their superstar designs to the All-Star Miracle Home

Three popular players – Chuck Hayes, Luther Head and Tracy McGrady – have decided to give the All-Star Miracle Home a Rockets twist – by adding their personal touches to the media, game and guest rooms.

Tackling the media room, Rockets’ forward Hayes plans to complement the state-of-the-art electronics donated by Electronic Dreams by stocking the room with his favorite CDs and movies. On the other hand, Rockets’ guard Head will be dealing a bit of Lone Star flair to the game room by infusing it with a Texas Hold ‘Em theme – including a top-of-the-line poker table. Last but definitely not least, Rockets’ guard and five-time NBA All-Star McGrady has decided to replicate the island escape of his favorite vacation destination, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in the guest bedroom.

The competition doesn’t stop for these athletes when they step off the court. These three outstanding players are competing against each other for the best design within the All-Star Miracle Home – and the public is encouraged to vote on it. Just click to www.allstarmiraclehome.com/houston to check on their progress, and come out on Aug. 5 for the official grand opening of the home – and the chance to vote for the best design.

The public is invited to tour this custom home, as well as buy a chance to win the house. Raising $2 million for the Children’s Miracle Network of the Greater Houston area and the Houston Rockets’ Clutch City Foundation, only 20,000 entries will be sold at $100 each. On Feb. 23, 2007, one lucky person will win the keys to this 4,100-square-foot, four-bedroom, $500,000 home in Sienna Plantation.

Fully furnished and landscaped (including a pool), The All Star Miracle Home has been generously donated by Meritage Homes and its subcontractors. The Children’s Miracle Network provides relief and support to Houston families, helping those with sick children pay costly medical bills. Committed to serving forgotten young ones, the Clutch City Foundation strives to provide help, hope and inspiration to Houston children. For more information about the home and its beneficiaries, visit www.allstarmiraclehome.com/houston.

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