Work Continues on 2014 St. Jude Dream Home

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AVON, Ohio -- The 2014 St. Jude Dream Home is going to be even bigger and better than last year's wonderful home.

Crews from S.N.A.P. Construction are part of the dream team working to make this home a reality.

One lucky winner will win the home.

It's hard work, but a labor of love for all those building the project.

"We had to excavate all the mud, get rid of all the water, form up our footers, lay the rebar and pour the concrete," said Andrew Yannucci, owner of S.N.A.P. Construction.

"We do it for the kids so the kids don't have to worry about where their health care is going to come from," said Yannucci. "They're too young to worry about that, and we're just doing what we can to make sure that these kids live a healthy and happy life."

Tickets for the dream home are $100 each. All the money raised will go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital where no family pays for anything, and research is shared all over the world.

Tickets will go on sale March 19.

We have a limited amount of tickets to sell, and last year we sold out in six hours.

So, stay tuned to FOX 8 News and for updates.

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