“The best home” is the title of a new ad campaign by American homebuilder Fitch that will be aired this week.
The ad’s premise is that America is a great place for families, and the “best” home is one that is built to last.
“If you think about the biggest factor in a home is how much time it takes to live here, you have to have a home that is going to last,” says Fitch’s marketing director, Josh Fink.
Fitch built the ad, which will air on “Fox News Sunday,” to try to draw attention to its homebuilding business.
The ads are a mix of photos of the home, and videos of the builders in action.
The house, which Fitch calls a “luxury-class, contemporary, multi-million-dollar home,” is made up of 12,000 square feet and features “everything you would expect from a modern modern-day mansion.”
Fitch, a former CEO of the National Basketball Association, is one of a number of homebuilders that have been targeted by President Donald Trump, who has said he wants to slash the budget for federal agencies.
The Trump administration has also proposed cutting $1.3 trillion in spending for federal programs.
The president’s budget calls for eliminating the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department, the Federal Communications Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Science Foundation.
The National Institutes of Health is also facing cuts.
FITCH’s ads feature a variety of people, including celebrities, politicians and members of Congress, who say they’re proud of their homes and want the American people to know that.
The narrator of the ad says, “America’s greatest achievement in the 21st century was our ability to build homes that were both affordable and beautiful.
We’re not perfect, but we’re a little better than we were.”
In a statement, Fitch said, “Fitch Homes is a true testament to the American dream.
Our homes are built with a purpose that makes them a reflection of the American spirit.
We believe this dream can be shared by everyone, and we believe that we can inspire and inspire our community to make this dream a reality.”
FITCH homes are made in a “premium grade” homebuilding process, according to the company’s website.
The homes, which cost about $3 million to build, are “designed to be affordable and beautifully decorated,” and include modern finishes, such as gloss, marble and slate.
The homebuilder has also partnered with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to help develop a new, high-performance steel construction system, which can “handle more load, provide a more resilient foundation and last longer.”
Fittmans statement says the new system will be a “revolution in homebuilding,” and the homes will be “the envy of millions of homebuyers across America.”