April 26, 2008 - Mountain Home Show in Blairsville, Georgia offers home ideas
The 11th Annual Mountain Home Show was recently held at North Georgia Technical College in Blairsville, Georgia. The show offered hundreds of exhibits, giveaways, informative seminars, and ideas for homeowners and builders.
The Mountain Home Show promotes the Union Countyl building and construction industry. Organizer Richard MacCrea is the man behind the scenes. He does a great job coordinating and promoting the event.
Exhibits include builders, re-modelers, decks, outdoor rooms, pools, spas, decorating ideas, electronics, home security, garden equipment, financing, home furnishings, appliances, landscaping, home plans, products, supplies, services, and utilities. Most of the exhibitors offer free goodies and drawings for more expensive items.
There are also informative and interesting seminars throughout the show. Visitors are invited to learn about such topics as energy efficient homes for the mountains and designing "green" homes for the mountains.
MacCrea says, "We hold this event every spring in Blairsville, Georgia at the beautiful North Georgia Technical College. Planning and organizing this show is a lot of work, but it is definitely worth it. We provide information to help anyone building or remodeling in the mountains."
MacCrea continues, "As energy costs continue to rise, we need to plan and build better. The Mountain Home Show has seminars on important topics of home design and construction. For example, how much more does it cost to build energy efficiently? Our exhibitors are ready to share their knowledge with you. You can learn about new energy efficient ideas, ways to reduce maintenance, and how to make your home safer from lightening and storms."
Mountain Home Show in Blairsville, Georgia attracts large crowd
The Annual Mountain Home Show was recently held at North Georgia Technical College's Blairsville Campus. Over 40 businesses participated in the event.
Builders were on hand with many nice exhibits. Realtors and financial institutions were represented, along with exhibits on decorating, security, equipment, home furnishings, gardening, landscaping, and other various products and supplies.
There were companies providing information on utilities, environmental building solutions, home plans, log homes, and services for the home. Even outdoor rooms, pools, spas, and decks were on display.
Most booths provided free gifts and held drawings for door prizes. Many interesting seminars were held during the two-day show.
Young and old attended the event. Most are planning on returning next year as the show grows larger every year. Thanks to all guests that attended the Mountain Home Show. The exhibitors look forward to seeing everyone again next year.