A Paint Job That Pays | California Company Using Bright Paint and Advertising to Stem Foreclosures

California company using bright paint and advertising to stem foreclosures

Would you let a company paint your house in Gumby green and neon tangerine as the background for corporate logos and other advertising? What if the company paid your mortgage?

That’s the deal California advertising executive Romeo Mendoza is offering as he launches a somewhat altruistic — some might say obnoxious — campaign here and across the nation to promote his new marketing firm, Brainiacs from Mars. Mendoza’s targets for the loud paint jobs and corporate sponsorship are struggling homeowners trying to avoid foreclosure.

The Orange, Calif., company has already received inquiries from more than 100 Boston homeowners, including a veteran facing foreclosure because his disability compensation isn’t enough to cover the mortgage on his Waltham home, a Framingham father struggling to make house payments because he took a substantial pay cut after losing his previous job, and a Peabody parent whose paycheck is stretched thin trying to cover tuition payments for a son, the first in the family to go to college. The company declined to name applicants.

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2 Responses to “A Paint Job That Pays | California Company Using Bright Paint and Advertising to Stem Foreclosures”
  1. Karen says:

    I tried to contact them several times. We have the largest house in Buena Park, CA not too far from them. They never returned any of our calls or messages.

  2. bobbi swann says:

    What a great idea! Who really cares about what colors your house is painted if it allows a family to keep their home. Pride is an emotion; home ownership is NOT. This would really take on down here in Florida as we LOVE the bright colors that Florida has always been known for as the ‘tropics’. Keep on truckin’ Brainiacs!

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