The display for the Designer Living Kitchens at the Coffs Harbour Home Show held at the Coffs Harbour Racing Club. Photo: Leigh Jensen / Coffs Coast Advocate 19 April 2015
The display for the Designer Living Kitchens at the Coffs Harbour Home Show held at the Coffs Harbour Racing Club. Photo: Leigh Jensen / Coffs Coast Advocate 19 April 2015 Leigh Jensen

Home Show opened to the crowds

THE Coffs Coast Home Show saw more than 2,000 visitors walk away from Coffs Harbour Racecourse having drawn on the insight of experts in the building and renovation trades.

Exhibitors included home builders, financial institutions, floorcoverings, blinds and awnings, home improvements, patios, interior design, kitchens, bathrooms, home security, real estate, cooking and utensils, pools and spas, gardening, lawn mowers, solar and more.

 

In its eighth year, The Coffs Coast Home Show had the majority of sectors of the home building and renovation market covered, organisers said.

"Many of our exhibitors have reported that although the number of enquiries they received this weekend were fewer, compared to last year, they believed that the enquiries were stronger and would result in more business being generated," show organiser, Mark Beal from Grimmo Promotions said.

"Overall the greater majority were extremely pleased with the Show and he anticipated a very high percentage would re-sign for next year.

"The dates for the 2016 Show won't be set until late May, after Coffs Harbour Racing Club receives it's next 12 months of race dates and we can see which weekends are available, however, March and April are the most likely months."



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