Do you have a vision for remodeling your home but don’t know where to begin? Or maybe you are a first-time home buyer who has a dream of purchasing a house for your family but are overwhelmed by the home buying process? You could possibly get all your questions answered under one roof in a single weekend. We’re here to tell you it’s possible at the upcoming HBIA Home Show & Lifestyle Expo.
For 25 years the Helena Building Industry Association (HBIA) has organized one of the largest trade shows in Helena and it’s happening again at the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall on March 17th and 18th. Each year thousands of attendees look forward to this show where they can get their home project questions answered by local industry experts. From lending partners who will help you get started with your plans to cabinetry products for your home project this show is where you will find qualified professionals to accomplish your goals.
The whole family can enjoy the experience of attending the Home Show. We have the Kidstruction Zone where the kids can enjoy some fun in the sandbox and an excellent food vendor for if you want to stick around for lunch. There will be over 170 vendors and all of which provide value and variety in what they have to offer in products and services.
Some questions you might be asking are who is the HBIA, why do they put on a Home Show and what do they accomplish. The HBIA is a group of Helena’s finest businesses who work together to provide a healthy building industry for the community. The purpose of their association is to elevate the construction environment in which it operates. With 185 members the HBIA looks out for the interest of thousands of employees these businesses employ by civic involvement, advocacy, and education opportunities. As part of a three-tier membership federation of national, state and local associations the HBIA is a strong advocate for the local home building industry. By organizing an excellent Home Show and Lifestyle Expo the HBIA hopes to create and grow opportunities for many of Helena’s businesses by connecting them with the customers they seek.
When you come to the Home Show on March 17th and 18th be sure to stop by the HBIA Booth near the entrance where you can connect with the new HBIA Executive Officer Donna Durckel and members to learn more about the association. Admission is $5.00 at the entrance.
To stay up to date on how the HBIA works, to see a membership directory, event information and helpful links to other resources visit www.helenabia.com