Whether looking for products to use in your home to redecorate, remodel or build new, Exhibitors in the 2021 Home Show can help you decide what is right and best for you - so you can love the home you’re in.
The 67th annual Home Show, sponsored by the Wichita Area Builders Association (WABA), is scheduled for February 25-28 at the Century II Convention Center Expo Hall.
More than 150 Exhibitors will showcase a wide variety of products and services to enhance the way you live in your home. Whether attending informative seminars or viewing exhibits, attendees will be able to learn about, see, and experience the latest innovations in kitchens, flooring, lighting, doors, windows, master suites and baths, and much more.We have everything for home improvement, all under one roof.
Great care has been taken by the Wichita Area Builders Association, working with Sedgwick County, to develop a very practical and effective Home Show Safety Plan that follows all safety protocols required by Sedgwick County. The Show will be sanitized nightly by Ion Environmental Services, directional and social distancing signage will be strategically placed to aid attendees, hand sanitizer stations will be available for use throughout the Show, masks will be provided for attendees not having one, and complimentary temperature checks will be done as attendees enter the Show.As safe places go, the Home Show is sure to be one of the best.
In addition to the exhibits, the Home Show has organized several informative seminars that are led by industry experts,” said WABA President/CEO Wess Galyon.“Every year we look forward to offering seminars during the Home Show that focus on topics from do-it-yourself projects, to popular and new products and services available to attendees.The seminars are approximately 30-45 minutes long.”
Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens, $4 for children 7 to 12 and free for children 6 and under.Face masks and temperature checks are required for admission.Show hours are 1-8 p.m. on Thursday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Sunday.Free parking is available at the Gander Mountain parking structure, with free shuttle bus service to and from the Home Show.
By visiting the Home Show, you’re supporting many small businesses and at the same time helping WABA in its efforts to lead the way in keeping small businesses open and viable, keeping employees working and contributing to the economic viability of your community.
For interviews, contact Belinda Atteberry with Armstrong Chamberlin at Belinda@ArmstrongChamberlin.com or Wess Galyon directly at 316.265.4226.
For more information, visit www.wabahome.com.