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    Complete Home Show springs into Sydney

    Complete Exhibitions

    Complete Exhibitions , Australia’s new exhibition and event company, has announced the dates of its first show, The Complete Home Show, 12 –14 September 2008.

    Taking place at the easily accessible and highly frequented Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion at Moore Park, Sydney, the inaugural exhibition will offer Sydney siders the latest in home products and innovations.

    With confirmed partners including the NSW Master Builders’ Association, the Federation of Inventors’ Association and the Building Designer’s Association of Australia, The Complete Home Show is the perfect way to develop home ideas, scope out new products, techniques and trends and gain advice from industry experts.

    The NSW Master Builders Association has paired with the NSW National Trust to offer visitors comprehensive information and advice on renovation and restoration of period homes. Visitors to the show will be privy to expert advice on specific trades including stained glass, plastering and wallpapering.

    Designed to celebrate the diversity of today’s homeowners and the modern Sydney home, The Complete Home Show promises to showcase and demonstrate practical and relevant home and lifestyle solutions including Spring-specific cooking shows by Chefs on the run and wall hanging demonstrations by Abode Picture Hanging.

    Estimated to attract more than 200 select exhibitors and spanning over 10,000 square metre, Sydney’s only Spring home show will offer premium displays of building and renovation; design and decor and indoor and outdoor living.

    Norman Lembke, Exhibition Director, Complete Exhibitions said that The Complete Home Show is a relevant, inspiring home show that ensures homeowners gain maximum enjoyment from their personal environment.

    Visitors are invited to bring along floor plans, ideas, building plans and photographs for industry specialists to offer hands-on advice, including follow up or referrals.

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