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Rebuilding Hope in Tennessee

Rebuilding Hope in Tennessee

The communities of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville saw massive devastation as wildfires ripped through the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee last week. More than 17,000 acres have been burned and 1,700 structures damaged or destroyed.

Governor Bill Haslam said it was the state's largest wildfire in 100 years.

"It's a little numbing, to be honest with you, to see the extent of the damage," Haslam said.

Gatlinburg mayor, Mike Werner, offered encouragement, saying Gatlinburg was "strong and very resilient."

"We will rebuild," said Werner. "It's going to be OK."

We at Red Door Homes want to help the communities in Sevier County rebuild. For victims of this devastation, we are offering $2,500 off the price of our homes.

In addition, we will also donate $1,000 to the local Red Cross to continue to provide assistance to those affected.