Feds Are Watching: Kansas City Home Improvement Shows Suffer EPA Smack Down

Interesting local entertainment note that proves the "influencer" game is not without its perils. Checkit:

Kansas City-based reality show reaches settlement with EPA

The US Environmental Protection Agency has reached settlements with Detroit Renovations, LLC and Growing Days, LLC to resolve alleged violations of federal regulations intended to reduce the hazards of lead paint exposure during renovations. The companies are respectively affiliated with two home renovation television programs, Rehab Addict and Bargain Mansions - the latter is based out of Kansas City.


  1. Looks like some EPA underling watches cable TV, liked Tamara Day's show, Bargain Mansions, and decided to get in on some free publicity.
    Cost Tamara Day $30 grand.
    Good show.
    Now has a shop.
    Press on Tamara.
    You have much better ideas than the Flip or Flop couple, who weathered their own PR nightmares.

  2. I still can’t believe they were dumb enough to get caught on tv doing this, not too smart

  3. Bargain Mansions for the win!


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