Doug Holdridge, 2002 President, The Home Builders Association of Greater Toledo
You'll be able to not only do that at the Home Builders Association of Greater Toledo 20th Anniversary House and Home Show, but you'll be able to make the possibilities a reality.
Representatives from more than 200 companies are ready, willing and able to answer your questions and show you the latest in home improvement ideas. Ideas for building, remodeling, decorating or anything and everything you can use in your living space are here for you to explore.
The HBA's House and Home Show provides both education and entertainment. We're pleased to welcome Matt Fox and Shari Hiller, hosts of HGTV's room by room for six informative appearances. Signature stars of HGTV, their program was the first ever aired by the cable network when it opened for business in 1994. One of HGTV's most popular shows, room by room episodes show the artistic and financial aspects of home decorating on a room-by-room basis. Matt and Shari will talk about their show, home decorating and answer all your questions about improving the place you call home.
In addition to the numerous vendors and their displays, we're pleased once again to welcome the following sponsors; The Blade, Buckeye CableSystem and Food Town. They support all of the HBA of Greater Toledo's major events throughout the year including the two, single-site Sky Bank Parades of Homes as well as the Scattered Site Parade. We are very thankful for their on-going commitment to the home building and remodeling industry in Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan.
The HBA is recognized as the source for the residential construction/remodeling industry in our area. If you'd like to find out more about the HBA or its members, feel free to contact our office at 419-473-2507, Toll Free at 1-877 4-TOL HBA or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our web site address is www.toledohba.com.
Enjoy the show and imagine the possibilities!!!
The Home Builders Association of Greater Toledo
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