By Judy Wilbur Craig - DEXTER – In the short time that Mark & Judith Stephens moved to Dexter (February 2007), after purchasing the Brewster Inn, they have been interviewed by newspapers, awarded "BEST OF THE WEB 2007" by Maine Tourism, entertained the Governors wife, Karen Baldacci and promoted themselves at the Maine Snowmobile Association Show.
But today, Tuesday, October 16th, the biggest coverage of all came to the Brewster Inn.
HGTV's "If Wall Could Talk" production staff arrived at 9 am to film at the historical Brewster Inn Tuesday morning. Producer Lori, Assistant Producer Scott and camera man Jim approached the Brewster's story line with mysteries surrounding Senator Owen Brewster as part of the plot. They were impressed with the amount of historical material that was still in the mansion after all these years.
Mark and Judith received word only a short time ago that the producers found their story at the Brewster Inn provocative and would be coming to Dexter to begin filming. The criteria to be included in the show goes as follows:
Does your historic home have a story to tell?
As the film crew of 3 were creating the show that will be broadcast in the spring of 2008, WLBZ news & WABI news crews came and filmed the HGTV film crew interviewing Judith and Mark. Bangor Daily News and the Piscataquis Observer also came to report on the event.
Mark & Judith did a wonderful job promoting not just the Brewster Inn, but also the Town of Dexter!
To see the pictures we (Judy Craig Consulting) took yesterday while cleaning and today while filming, go to http://picasaweb.google.com/judywilburcraig/BrewsterInnInDexterMaine .
Be sure to watch both channel 2 and 5 tonight on the Tuesday evening news.
Mark & Judith are pleased that they were chosen, not only for the Brewster Inn, but also for the Town of Dexter that they have adopted as their home.
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