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Keystone hosts home garden show

KEYSTONE – The Summit County Builders Association (SCBA) will host the second annual Home and Garden Show from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Keystone Resort and Conference Center. The show is open and free to the public.The show features more than 60 vendors scheduled to display home and garden wares. From landscaping to interior decorating to windows, fireplaces and flooring, the show offers attendees a look at the latest trends in the world of home design, building and remodeling.”Last year, we had unanticipated success with participation and attendance,” said Debbie Nelson, executive director of SCBA. “This year we’re at a bigger venue and will have more vendors for the public. I think we’ll see this event grow into a Summit County tradition in the coming years.”On the Friday night preceding the show, SCBA will host industry night, inviting architects, builders and designers to preview displays and network among their peers. Industry night is 5:30-8 p.m., with drinks and appetizers. This event is offered by invitation only. If someone is interested in attending industry night, call the SCBA offices at (970) 668-6013.The SCBA relies, in part, on sponsorships to create successful events. The 2002 Home and Garden Show is sponsored by BigHorn Materials & Design; Sierra Pacific Windows; Craft Roofing; Summit Hardwood Flooring & Arrigoni Inc.; Heavenly Times Hot Tubs; Interstate Hardware; The Home Collection; Window Fashions by Terra Cottage Designs; The Copper Fox; Century 21 Mountain Specialists; The Summit Daily News; and Krystal 93.For more information about the 2002 Home and Garden Show, or to participate with a booth, please use the following numbers: phone (970) 668-6013, fax (970) 668-6014 or e-mail scba@my.nahb.com.


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