Who says models are just pretty faces who don't know how to do anything? That description doesn't apply to the crew at Hott and Handy, a handyman service that sends male models to clients' homes and offices to perform tasks such as building furniture, painting and installing wallpaper. ``Built'' profiles some of the company's employees -- including co-owner Shane Duffy, a model and veteran of the war in Afghanistan who got the idea for the company when a client called him ``hot and handy'' while he was doing handyman work between modeling gigs -- as the five-man crew tackles home makeover projects. Assisting the crew is interior designer and home stylist Kim Gieske, herself a former model.
- Jan 28, 2013
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