2018 Home Show Best Ever

Home Show attendees browse among vendors in the Holiday Inn atrium. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Home Show attendees browse among vendors in the Holiday Inn atrium. (Photo by Pat Blair)

This year's Home & Garden Show got glowing reviews this weekend from the show's coordinator and from the president of the Big Horn Homebuilders Association that sponsors the annual event.

Home Show Coordinator Gini Horner said this was the best turnout she'd seen in her three years with the show, with 73 exhibitors from four states participating.

Homebuilders President Ron Patterson said the number was, in fact, the largest number of vendors and exhibitors in the show in 40 years. Held as in years past at the Holiday Inn, the show filled the convention center, atrium and hallways between the two and spilled into the parking lot outside the convention center.

Horner said it was hard to determine how many visitors were coming to see the show.

Patterson echoed that.

As in years past, vendors ran the gamut from real estate companies to lawn and garden care, financial institutions, heating and air conditioning to windows, doors and floor care.

Representatives of Fly Sheridan were also on hand, giving away a free round trip flight to Denver.

The Home Show started Friday and continues through 3 p.m. Sunday.

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A construction company's booths in the Convention Center. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A construction company's booths in the Convention Center. (Photo by Pat Blair)
One of the banks that's in the Home Show. (Photo by Pat Blair)
One of the banks that's in the Home Show. (Photo by Pat Blair)
An attendee registers for the prizes being given away at Sheridan Media's booth. At left is Grant Toth. (Photo by Pat Blair)
An attendee registers for the prizes being given away at Sheridan Media's booth. At left is Grant Toth. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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