Thursday, March 4, 2010
Dallas Home & Garden Market hits Market Hall this weekend
DALLAS Whether homeowners are looking to buy, build or renovate their home, the 31st Annual Dallas Home & Garden Market, Dallas’ only home and garden show this spring, has the best selection of products, resources, and experts that can be found under one roof. Now more than ever, homeowners are really looking for ways to increase the value of their homes and the Dallas Home & Garden Market will be packed with hundreds of high quality resources and experts to ensure homeowners spend their time and money wisely and make the best investment for their homes.
Helpful experts are always available to assist families with not just creating the perfect home or garden but with day to day issues such as family management, organization, saving money, cooking, and more. Find home and family improvement experts along with the newest products and services available on stage at the Home & Garden Theatre or in the hundreds of booths throughout show.
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- Michael Weishan – The PBS host and gardening expert shows guests how to save money on groceries by creating your own victory garden, even in the smallest back yards.
- Lorraine Brock – The founder and owner of Get Organized! shares fantastic tips for family management including clutter control, systems for kids chores/allowances, time management, and much more. She also shares insights into savvy saving ideas including keys to a successful garage sale.
- Alex Guthrie – Home improvement expert and contractor shares professional tips on how to save money on home remodeling projects like creating your ultimate kitchen for less!
- Clive Berkman – Join Chef Clive Berkman in Clive’s Cooking Café for an intimate lesson on creating great meals from start to finish.
- Dallas County Master Gardeners – Find gardening experts from all areas of interest including water wise gardening, easy care roses, proper tree selection and care, rain barrel usage, vegetable gardening, compost, and much more with the Dallas County Master Gardeners.
- Michael Graves – The expert faux finisher teaches guests to use paint to create luxurious looks even on a tight budget.
- Steve Huddleston – Author and senior horticulturalist at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens shares tips how to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your own backyard.
- National Association of the Remodeling Industry Members – Top remodeling experts helps homeowners stay ahead of the latest trends at the NARI New Products Showcase, where dozens of the most innovational products builders and homeowners are using can be found. Guests can also bring in their plans, ideas and questions and receive a free consultation with Ask the NARI Pro.
At this year’s show, guests are invited to try hands on, interactive experiences as a way to learn about new ways to improve their homes. For those who want to do-it-yourself, the Whiz-Q-Stone Hands-On Seminar Stage gives you the opportunity to get your hands dirty and learn to do home improvement projects such as building water features, flagstone patios, a rain water saver patios, and retaining walls.
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In today’s economy, people are looking for ways to entertain at home, bringing new interest and attention to home entertainment rooms. Families are looking for options and view improving or upgrading the central room in their house as a good investment. The Lane Home Entertainment Tour includes a massive 1,000 square foot custom-built 18-wheeler mobile showroom providing a dynamic, interactive experience for consumers to view the best options to customize and meet their specific home entertainment needs.
The Dallas Home & Garden Market is also a great place to find big savings. Throughout the show, the area’s finest home improvement experts offer show-only discounts and fantastic opportunities for homeowners to reach their home improvement goals with the least investment.
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