WHAT’S A HOME SHOW?

People often ask the above question if they have never been to a home show before. It’s hard to get a mental image of something that we have never seen. Just picture in your mind, you and your friends and family having a great time as the Show Hall is filled with exhibits, people, all kinds of free information, all the latest home improvement products along with all kinds of things to buy, see and do. You can even meet network television stars who can teach you how to make your home a dream.

A Home Show is a place where you can get free stuff and where you can get great ideas on how to make your home a better place to live. It is a show where you can see the latest trends and many different new products. Our shows are a place where you can dream and find ways to decorate and design your living space to be more enjoyable and efficient. In short, a trip to the Home Show will improve your home life!

Sometimes attendance at a home show is just the matrix that gets a home improvement project started. Does your bathroom or kitchen need to be updated? If so, then you need to come to this show. You can meet with nationally known stars who can give you lots of great tips on how to do things that will change how you live, work, eat, sleep and entertain your family and yourself.

In today’s economy you need to be at this show to learn new economic strategies from all kinds of experts. Find out how to finance or refinance you home, when to do it, when to sell or not to sell and what the future holds for you the home owner. Get a grip on the future and control your financial circumstances.


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