What comes first, Spring Fever or the 2nd Annual Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show?
The answer to that question becomes clearer March 19-21 when The Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show returns to the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco to help make home and garden additions and improvements spring to life! And guess what? Thanks for sponsor Spectrum News 1, it’s FREE.
Attendees will be offered the opportunity to stroll through, view, and learn about the very latest in home and garden products, services, trends, and lifestyle innovations that will amaze, inform, entertain, and delight.
Everything you need under one roof.
Hundreds of exhibitors and experts will be on hand to offer information, advice, and solutions to questions regarding big, bold projects as well as simple, small undertakings around the home and garden.
From educational seminars led by local home and garden experts to local companies and contractors showcasing both traditional and trending products and techniques, attendees can expect to find inspiration, solutions, and exclusive deals spanning from the front door to the backyard.
Inspiration is inevitable.
The inspiration you’re looking for is often waiting on the next aisle over. Attendees will discover ideas, materials, and vendors for home improvement and outdoor projects in categories that include:
● Kitchen and bath
● Appliances and granite
● Landscape, organic gardening tips, tools, and and synthetic grasses
● Outdoor living, pools, patios, and spas
● Custom Home Builders and Remodelers
● Alternative Energy Solutions
● Closet and Garage Organization
● Concrete and Foundation Repair
● Flooring, Windows, Doors, Roofing, and Gutters
● Art and Gourmet Gifts – with items for pets, kids and more
Featured guests will include Howard Garrett, known in Dallas as “The Dirt Doctor,” who will provide expert localized advice on natural organic gardening, landscaping, pest control, and restoring your yard post-winter storms.
Pam Rogers, Vice President of Strategic Planning and Development at Show Technology Productions, shares,
We are very excited to bring the show back to North Texas as a free event, as we know that the past year has been so hard for so many. Home-based projects and improvements are top of mind more than ever after increased time at home in response to the pandemic, as well as the recent inclement weather. We’re thrilled to once again have the opportunity to make impactful connections between local companies and consumers, while of course keeping the health and safety of our show vendors, attendees, sponsors and employees top of mind.
Show Technology and the Ford Center at the Star have implemented several COVID-19 safety and sanitation precautions to ensure the wellbeing of vendors, event workers, and guests. Facial coverings will be mandatory for all attendees ages 10 and older, and social distancing protocols will be enforced throughout the weekend.
All exhibitors and attendees will have access to hand sanitizing stations located throughout the Ford Center at the Star during the entire event, and all high touchpoints will be
regularly cleaned and disinfected.
Make your home and garden improvements spring to life.
To register and learn more about the 2nd Annual Greater Frisco Home & Garden Show, visit The Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show online, and who knows? The experience may serve as a SPRINGboard to welcome to a new season of growth and new things waiting just around the corner!
Friday: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Courtesy of sponsor Spectrum News 1, admission to the event is FREE upon registration. Attendees may register virtually at the event or pre-register on the event’s website and present confirmation printed or via a mobile device.
Parking at the Ford Center at The Star is free.
About Show Technology Productions
The 2nd Annual Greater Frisco Home & Garden Show is produced by Show Technology Productions, an industry leader in the production of consumer home and garden shows across the United States and Canada. Top name celebrities, educational seminars, and high-quality exhibits are just a few of the things that set Show Technology productions apart from the typical home show. To learn more about Show Technology Productions, visit showtechnology.com.