Now, the pair is using Flip or Flop: Fort Worth to showcase other veterans, which Ashley confessed was "paramount" to them agreeing to do the show.
"The landscaper [from the pilot], he had been in business for a couple of years already, but he hadn't really gotten a big break. I think he did about five of our episodes, and now the stuff that he can't do, he's giving to another veteran landscaping company," she shares. "It's like a chain reaction, and that's what we wanted. That is our goal, and we just succeeded in a little way."
"HGTV was just the perfect partnership to spotlight the mission, and then also highlight us so other veterans can see, 'Yeah, you know what? Entrepreneurs like us do exist,'" Andy says. "There is a huge problem in America with veteran reintegration, and as we raise young kids, is important that veterans win in America. That's all we're trying to do, is help other veterans win as we are winning, because it's important that we are on the winning side."