By: Frank Sawyer | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: November 2017
The HBA Charitable Foundation built an exquisitely designed and unique Tiny Home earlier this year, to sell as a fundraiser, with proceeds benefitting the HBA Charitable Foundation and the Foundation for Tulsa Schools.
As the only fall-oriented home and garden show in the Tulsa market, the timing could not be better. The show will feature hundreds of booths with a mix of both local exhibitors and companies from around North America. This expo will help you connect with experts in a broad range of fields including: Kitchens & Baths, Outdoor Living, Energy Savings and Home Technology to name a few. With over 40 major business categories represented, this event will certainly prove helpful to your immediate needs before the end of the year as well as pre-planning spring projects around the house. The show also features a variety of personal products and services, gift ideas, and family-oriented fun for all ages.
The 2017 Fall Home Expo, a Tulsa Home Shows production, opens at noon on Friday, November 17th and runs through 5pm on Sunday, November 19th. It is located in the Exchange Center at Expo Square on the Tulsa Fairgrounds. The show is sponsored by Junk King, which is known as America’s greenest junk removal service, with special thanks to Values Magazine again this year.
Admission and parking are both free and there will be a $500 daily Visa gift card giveaway. Folks entering the giveaway will receive a valuable free gift just for entering, while supplies last.
Now in its 4th year, Fall Home Expo brings all this plus much more to you and your family. Additional show feature include: the Rescue Roundup, HGTV Star Kraig Bantle of Garage Gold fame on stage daily, The Little Light House book fair fundraiser, and The HBA Charitable Foundation Tiny Home fundraiser. In fact, Santa and his helpers will even be there for great free photo opportunities.
Kraig Bantle will be showcasing highlights from his many years searching for “garage gold,” which refers to items of unexpectedly high value that have lain dormant in a garage or storage area. The passage of time can affect an item’s value in both positive and negative ways. Kraig will be available for question and answer periods as well. During these times, he can help you with his tips and secrets on how to track down the value of items that you have tucked away at your home.
Rescue Roundup is a unique gathering of several of the Tulsa area’s top pet adoption groups. The goal of the Rescue Roundup is to find families for as many pets as possible. The Little Light House book fair will help provide quality books to the students at Tulsa’s largest and oldest privately-funded school for special needs children. The HBA Charitable Foundation built an exquisitely designed and unique Tiny Home earlier this year, to sell as a fundraiser, with proceeds benefitting the HBA Charitable Foundation and the Foundation for Tulsa Schools. This may very well be the last time to see it before it sells. So, please come walk through this beautiful home.
Admission to Fall Home Expo is free and parking is free. This enables you to bring the entire family along with friends if you wish. You can enter and re-enter as many times as you like over the weekend without ticketing expenses or having your hand stamped.
Plan now to attend by visiting FallHomeExpo.com. On the website, you can preview the list of exhibitors and sponsors. You can also register to receive additional show information including notices about contests, prizes and any yet-to-be-announced show features as well as other upcoming shows and special offers.
HGTV Star Kraig Bantle of Garage Gold fame will make appearances each day of the expo.
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