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The first 14 years of the Green Country Home & Garden Show have been awesome, with around 25,000 Oklahoma homeowners attending each year. Your business can be a part of the largest FREE springtime home & garden show in Green Country, coming up January 26-28, 2018 in the Exchange Center at Expo Square. We bring in qualified buyers (new and existing homeowners) who are committed to finding ideas and answers to their home & garden questions. This show is a highly-targeted and cost-effective opportunity for businesses to market their products or services directly to this sought-after group of consumers.

An estimated $700 billion is spent on home and garden-related products and services each year. According to the NAHB (National Assoc. of Home Builders), the average zip code in America will see over $5 million spent on home improvement this year. That’s a lot of new roofs, landscaping, and remodels! Experts are projecting home improvement spending to increase 6% this year over last, with the average home improvement project costing around $4,000.

With this growing demand for these types of products/services, the Green Country Home & Garden Show has had proven success here in northeast Oklahoma. With such a vast array of products and services, The Green Country Home & Garden Show creates the ultimate source for consumers to fill many of their home & gardening needs under one roof! 

This three-day extravaganza will feature over 170 unique exhibitors from throughout Green Country and the U.S. displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann, host of "The KRMG Gardening Show with Allan Storjohann", broadcast his live weekly radio show from 10:00am – 1:00pm on Saturday, January 27th. Bring out your problem plants or questions and ask him while he's at the Green Country Home & Garden Show. You can also hear Allan Storjohann on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG every Saturday.

Here are some ways the "Green Country Home & Garden Show " can work for you...

  • Increase business 
    • Improve customer relationships 
    • Create an expanded mailing list 
    • Sell your services or products at the show 
    • Distribute coupons, samples and brochures 
    • Showcase new products 
    • Demonstrations 
    • In store promotions and tie-ins 
    • Door prize exposure 
    • Hands-on activity at your booth

    Buying a Booth 

    Your business can be a part of the largest FREE springtime home & garden event in Green Country! We bring in qualified buyers (homeowners) who are looking for ideas and solutions to their decorating, gardening and home-related questions. For example, did you know that:

*92% of consumer event attendees evaluate the companies they do business with by visiting a trade show?

*64% of attendees said that as a result of visiting a company's booth, they bought more of that company's product within 12 months?

To help you reach this market, this event offers sponsors and exhibitors many one-to-one marketing opportunities with pre-qualified customers.  As a part of the"Green Country Home & Garden Show", you'll get unparalleled exposure through our strong promotions packages. This event will be highly-publicized on 4 of the top-rated radio stations in Tulsa, on Fox 23 (the local FOX-TV affiliate) as well as through cable TV advertisements, local newspaper coverage and social media.

You can be a part of this winning team of highly successful exhibitors if you hurry and contact us today to reserve your space! 

Booth Space

Each 10' by 10' booth comes with:

  • 8' tall back drape and 3' tall side rails. (Due to the intracacies of the layout, some booths may end up with 8’ tall drape on one or both sides of the booth as well)
  • 1 6' skirted table
  • 2 premium folding chairs
  • 1 wastebasket
  • Access to standard 110v electricity (you must provide your own extension cords and power strips)

Additional items (extra chairs, extra tables, carpeting, easels, TV-VCR combos, counter high stools, etc.) may be ordered directly through the show decorator, Event 1 or by calling 918-245-8006.

Exhibitor Info:

Load-in/set-up:  Tuesday, January 23rd through Thursday, January 25th from 8:00am to 7:00pm each day

Show dates: Friday, January 26, 2018 - Saturday, January 27, 2018 - Sunday, January 28, 2018 

Show hours: 12:00pm - 8:00pm on Friday, 10:00am - 8:00pm on Saturday and 11:00am – 5:00pm on Sunday

Show location: The Exchange Expo Center at Expo Square (at the fairgrounds) at 4145 E 21st St. in Tulsa, Oklahoma 

All exhibitors are required to provide us with proof of liability insurance before exhibiting at the show. If you do not have this coverage in place, Cox Media Group has made arrangements so that all of our exhibitors can instantly acquire this coverage at a significant savings from Rainprotection Insurance. Your cost will be just $84 for the entire week of the show. Please contact the show office if you need more information on this coverage.

The Exchange Center has multiple drive-in bays with 16' and 21' high doors, a dock height loading platform and an available forklift for moving in large/heavy display items. Each booth comes with reasonable access to standard 110v electricity. Exhibitors must provide their own 16-gauge extension cords and power strips (all booths shouldn't be more than 30 feet from the nearest electrical box located in the floor). 220 power is available and must be arranged before your move-in date by contacting the show office staff at (918) 523-2067.

Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Steve McDonald at (918) 493-8531 or email him at Steve.McDonald@CoxInc.com.

SHOW OFFICE:

Green Country Home & Garden Show
C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 
2625 S. Memorial Dr.
Tulsa, OK 74129
(918) 523-2067 - show office
(918) 493-5357 - show fax line

 

 

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