OCEANSIDE–Beth Bynon, Head Designer for Beth Bynon Home Couture, and R B Berry, the Fitness Expert at Dare To Be Fit Studio, are vying for their own show on Oprah’s OWN Network, along with 9, 502 other hopefuls. While they may be millions of votes behind the five lead contenders, they feel their message is just as important and their show concept just as appealing to the public. Both of them heard about the competition one week before the deadline, uploaded their videos the day before the June 26, deadline, and hoped for the best. Every day their vote count inches higher but they need many, many more votes.
Beth Bynon, a residential interior designer catering to the San Diego Luxe Market, has been featured twelve times in home décor magazines. In 2007 she called her signature style “layered.” She says, “My goal in putting any space together has always been to tell a unique story about the homeowner’s tastes and lifestyle. It’s about creating a comfortable, lived-in yet sophisticated space that accommodates the client’s needs and wishes.” Beth feels she can bring the same message of stylish comfort to her television audience and help them transform their living spaces into areas that reflect their tastes and lifestyle. In today’s economy, many more people are downsizing, or in the opposite direction upsizing or remodeling to accommodate more than one family under the same roof. Beth says, “I can help you create spaces in your home that are unique and truly a reflection of your family’s lifestyle.”
Coach Berry, started his fitness career in the military and continued it into civilian life.
Clients refer to his Dare To Be Fit Studio as “The fountain of Youth,” because his nutrition and fitness regime has a positive visible affect on their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. Coach Berry has taken the First Ladies’ challenge against childhood obesity as a personal challenge and he is training kids along side of their parents so they can grow into healthy adulthood. Coach Berry says, “Kids like to set in front of the computer and play computer games. That helps their minds to a certain extent but they also need to exercise their bodies and stay away from the junk food. A bright mind and a sick body is not a good combination. The best combination is a bright mind and a fit body for optimum health.”
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