There’s no place like the Home Show

By |2009-09-10T09:00:00-04:00September 10th, 2009|Guides|

Home is where the heart is, but it’s also an investment and a good deal of work for homeowners. Home projects can take up a lot of time, money and resources, whether it’s adding on an extra room, building a garage, creating a garden or just redecorating. Luckily, the Suburban Michigan Fall Home Show is here to help.
Whether committed to a home project or just exploring options, the Fall Home Show, happening Sept. 12 and 13 at the Palace of Auburn Hills, offers ideas, resources and expert advice for homeowners – or prospective home buyers – of all ranges.
At the Fall Home Show, homeowners interact directly with brand name manufacturers, retailers and service providers from both local and national companies showcasing the latest in everything from windows and doors to roofing and siding. Exhibits include kitchens, lawn and landscaping services, mortgage and real estate, pools, cookware, decks and patios, roofing, energy efficiency and so much more. Homeowners can explore stunning landscape exhibits, displays of garage systems, sunrooms, spas, mattresses, decks, security and even home theater systems.
The show is put on by American Consumer Shows, which holds home shows across the U.S.
ACS is a leading producer of consumer expositions in the home products categories, including the Fall Home Show. The company’s principals have more than 50 years of combined experience and have produced some of the top shows in the United States. ACS provides exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their products and services and to meet face to face with their target audience, reaching those who are eager to learn and ready to buy. Consumers who attend the shows discover new products and trends in the areas that are most important to their current lifestyle and interests.
“If you’re renovating your home, decorating a room or landscaping your grounds, you won’t want to miss the show,” said Donna Cruz, marketing coordinator for ACS.
“The array of participating exhibitors and the products and services offered make this show a great resource for homeowners, with something for just about everybody.”
General admission tickets at $10 are on sale now at Palacenet.com, The Palace and DTE Energy Music Theatre Box Offices and all Ticketmaster locations. Children under 16 are admitted free. Discount admission coupons are available in local newspapers, at some retail locations or online at http://www.mihomeshow.com.
For more information on the Suburban Michigan Fall Home Show or any other home shows at various locations, visit http://www.achomeshow.com or call toll free at 888-560-3976.

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