The National Association of the Remodeling Industry's Greater Cleveland chapter will return for its 40th Home Improvement Show this year, an annual event aimed at educating homeowners.
It’s been two years since NARI Greater Cleveland has hosted the conference due to COVID-19, but it’s back in Cleveland for three days of information for consumers and marketing opportunities for remodelers.
To celebrate the landmark anniversary of the award-winning conference, NARI will showcase how home design has shifted since the 1980s when the Home Improvement Show began.
Homeowners will benefit from seminars, cooking demonstrations, get the chance to tour a He Shed/She Shed feature, the Hot Tub and Swim Spa Pavilion, and a Maker’s Market with local artisans.
Remodelers benefit from being front and center to an audience of 15,000 to 20,000, with 95% being motivated homeowners eager to find companies and materials to suit their renovation needs. The other 5% consists of industry members, according to NARI Greater Cleveland officials. Additionally, remodelers will benefit from learning about new trends, products, and materials.
According to NARI, exhibitors say this show specifically produces the highest quality sales leads for their business. Of the attendees, 75% or more hope to start home improvement projects within six months of attending.
Originally, the dates for The Home Improvement Show were from Jan. 21 through 23, but has since postponed to March 25 through 27 due to rising COVID-19 cases. The Home Improvement Show will be held at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.
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