More than 300 vendors and exhibitors, covering almost every aspect of the home building and remodeling industry, put their expertise in front of more than 6,300 visitors at the New Hampshire State Home Show, produced by the New Hampshire Home Builders Association. The 52nd annual New Hampshire State Home Show, held in March at the newly renovated Double Tree Hotel in Downtown Manchester, included an 800-square-foot Smart Model Home, an Ugly Door Contest and the popular Junior Lego Build, for some of the younger attendees.
In the end, the show proved to be another success. “After being away from the New Hampshire Home Show for a couple of years, it was great to see many friends in their booths,” Rob Pickett, of Harvest Homes, says. “We recorded many contacts that have potential for new business. Credit to the Home Show team for generating attendance.”
The show typically attracts a remarkably diverse group of builders, remodelers and suppliers, all of whom were able to meet potential customers face-to-face. Seminars — ranging from energy-efficient homes and solar power options to traditionally popular topics such as kitchen and bath renovations — benefitted both the hosts and the participants.
“The recent home show in March was very successful for our company,” says Joy LeBlanc, president of LeBlanc Heating. “The attendance at the show has generated quite a lot of leads for us.
The set up and break down of our booth went very smoothly and all those responsible were very helpful to us. LeBlanc Heating has attended this home show since the early 1980s and we have always included this in our marketing plans. Thank you for making this event possible.”
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