25th Annual International Home and Garden Show Comes Early
TORONTO, Jan. 25, 2013 /CNW/ - In preparation for the warmth and budding
of all things beauty and nature, this years International Home and
Garden Show arrives one month early kicking off Thursday February 21st
to Sunday February 24th, 2013 at the International Centre; a bit of a
change seeing as the show took place during March break over the past
"Consumers were asking for an earlier show opportunity in winter to get
their gardening and renovation plans underway sooner," says Show
Manager Paul Newdick. "This is a great advantage for people who want to
get the jump on spring," he adds.
Over 400 industry professionals and executives from the market's
developments will make up the 100,000 square feet of space to shop,
occupying everything that is agriculture, horticulture, indoor and
outdoor décor, design ideas, heating and cooling systems, electrical
gadgets, doors and windows, themes and home remodeling tools, state of
the art eco-friendly products and accessories.
The industry's most renowned specialists will make up more than 50
seminars presented in three separate theatres, including: Celebrity
Superhouse Theatre, Celebrity Garden Theatre, and the Helping You Grow
Theatre will be packed with ideas organized to bring to consumers
informative options through educational seminars and demonstrations.
"The warmth of spring is typically what most Canadians look forward to
after three long months of dreary weather", says Newdick. "Springtime
offers new life, and that's what we aim to do, present to our patrons
information so that they too can enter the new season feeling
revitalized, renewed and up to date with the latest trends."
This year's celebrity roster includes: Arthur Skolnik, John Reeves,
Frank Ferragine, Nicholas Rosaci, Jackie Morra, Shawn Monteith, Mark
Aytoil, Marjorie Mason, Jeff Mason, Denis Flanagan, Albert Graves, Kate
Seaver,Vicky Sanderson, Lynn Spence, Mary Dobson, and Karl Lohnes.
Included in admission, visitors have access to The Annual Ontario
Horticulture Association's Floral Design and Plant Competition,
Canada's largest showcase where seasoned gardeners compete from across
Parking is FREE and admission is only $15 for adults and $12 for seniors
Children under eight years of age are free. Advance tickets are
available online at a discounted rate.
For tickets and additional information, please visit:
SOURCE: International Home & Garden Show
For further information:
Chris Dabrowski, High Impact PR
Toll free: (888) 863-7912