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Home & Garden Show Offers Regions Vendors Opportunity To Show Off

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Hundreds of vendors put out their products for thousands of people to come and see Saturday at the TRAC Center. Hundreds of vendors put out their products for thousands of people to come and see Saturday at the TRAC Center.

PASCO, WA - Hundreds of vendors put out their products for thousands of people to come and see Saturday at the TRAC Center.

Everything from landscaping displays to lawn furniture, the show has something for everyone and for all ages. One cool booth we found was Elite Customs from Richland. They take the wine barrels many local wineries use and they turn them into furniture.

"The barrel idea came a couple years ago...seeing some things that were out there and I thought, 'Man, that's neat. It's unique. I think I can do that and I can do it better," said Scott Morris from Elite Customs.

If you would still like to check out all of the great things on display at the Home & Garden show you can still stop by the TRAC Center Sunday for the last day. Doors open at 9 am and tickets for adults are just $6. $5 if you bring a canned food item for the Salvation Army. Kids 12 and under are free.

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