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Fall Home Show Brought New Ideas

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Nearly 5,000 people browsed new ideas for their homes at the Fall Home Show. Nearly 5,000 people browsed new ideas for their homes at the Fall Home Show.
PASCO, WA- The Home Builders Association of Tri-Cities hosted their 3rd Fall Home Show at the TRAC Center in Pasco this weekend.

More than 5,000 people met with nearly 125 different vendors for everything from flooring, countertops, and to Jacuzzis. 

The show was mostly inspired by ideas from the recent Parade of Homes.

“For us, it's taking everything that you want to do to your house and you wish you could do or you didn't know how to do, it's to come here and get those ideas on whatever it is that you have, and to make it be a little bit nicer to be at home,” said Jeff Losey, executive director of the Home Builders Association.

Event goers also attended seminars to learn everything from remodeling bathrooms to techniques for the garden.  
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