(Oct. 24, 2014) The Autumn Home and Condo Show is returning to Ocean City for two days this weekend at the convention center on 40th Street.
There will be 160 vendors showcasing merchandise and demonstrating products such as kitchens, baths, appliances, furnishings, spas, hot tubs, fireplaces, patios, decks, home entertainment, sunrooms, security, maintenance, energy, gardening, cleaning services and air conditioning.
“People can take a stroll and learn about different projects they are interested in. It is a good opportunity to compare and shop around,” said Ocean Promotions owner Mike Wicklein. “The Show is a one-stop shop for new products and ideas. It is a lot to take in or out. There may be three different people who are experts on the same type of renovation. They can give quotes, estimates and advice.”
Exhibitor experts such as contractors, landscapers, architects and interior designers will be at the event to help homeowners with their projects and ideas. There will be samples of flooring, windows, doors and solar products.
There will be an abundance of interior and outdoor displays, which showcase new products and ideas on remodeling, decorating, landscaping, accessorizing and renovating. Any home product or service imagined will be at the show.
The autumn show is in its fourth year, which is an offshoot of the spring show, in its 31st year. Around 6,000 people attended the show last year. The Home Show is designed to enhance home comfort, functionality, appeal and overall value. Organizers want consumers to come with an open mind and leave with an inspiration. Many vendors will be having bargains or special deals.
The event allows people to shop and compare, while finding the right products and services at a great price. There will be artists and crafters from all over to offer an assortment of gifts and accessories.
“Some of these vendors see more people in two days, than they would in two months or even a year. Consumers come to the Home Show looking for products and people to help them with their home projects,” said Wicklein.
Also, free drawings, door prizes and the Health Craft Cooking show will take place during the event.
Show hours are: Saturday, Oct. 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There is a $6 admission fee for adults, seniors (55 and older), and students are $5. Also, military, police, fire personnel with their ID and children 13 and under get in free.
Visit www.oceanpromotions.info/ autumn.php for more information.