46th Tri-State Home Show Starts Friday

Sunday, February 19, 2012

The 46th Tri-State Home Show will be held at February 24-26 at the Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center.  The Tri-State Home Show is sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga and EPB Fiber Optics. 

Teresa Grove, Homebuilders executive director, said, "The show will have over 450 booths and 65 new vendors that will be displaying the latest home products and services all under one roof. 

"From kitchens, baths, roofers, landscaping, windows, doors, home accessories, countertops, playgrounds and more, you will be able to find products for your remodeling needs.

  There will be remodelers and builders there to answer any of your questions.  You may just want to come browse… come on.

"Come see the Man Cave.  Come see the gorgeous landscaping.  There will be something for everyone to see at the show.  There will be children activities throughout the weekend.  Come see the Star War characters Saturday 11-5.

"There will be unbelievable giveaways totaling thousands of dollars.  A few are a kitchen appliance package by Whirlpool Corp., $6,000 children’s playhouse by Best Home Builders, an IPad from Better Built, wooden garage doors by Universal Fireplace & Garage Door,  Mitsubishi ductless mini split by Service Heating and Air, 5 windows by Champion Windows, an IPad from Summit Property Restoration, outdoor  fireplace from McKinnley Excavating, 3 IPads from EPB Fiber Optics,  3 pallets of sod from Palmer Turf Nursery, Signet fiberglass entry door by Hullco, $1,500 landscape package from Grass and More, outdoor fireplace form General Shale… the list goes on and on."

The show will be Friday and Saturday 10:00 to 8:00 and Sunday 11:00 to 5:00.

Cost of the event is $7.  Children 16 and under are free. Seniors and realtors receive $2 off on Friday.  Saturday and Sunday is can good day.  Receive $1 off if you bring a can good.   Can goods go to the Chattanooga Food Bank.  A portion of the proceeds goes to Habitat for Humanity and Greater Chattanooga Red Cross Tornado victims.

For more information or advance tickets, go to www.hbast.org.

 


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