American Consumer Shows group of companies are the largest producers of Home Shows in the United States. ACS provides exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their products and services and to meet face to face with qualified homeowners reaching those who are eager to learn and ready to buy. Consumers who attend the shows discover new products and trends across all categories of home improvement.
Venue was not full, a lot of the same vendors. Obviously there wasn’t any advertising done besides social media. Vendors were leaving at 5/5:30 on Saturday and the went to 8:00. Everyone started breaking down at 3/3:30 on Sunday. Soooo disappointing!This is my first show with you folks and probably last unless I get credit for the next Show. A lot of money for nothin!
I got some ideas for projects I'm planning to do at home. I got contact information for potential contractors. It was a productive visit in a fairly short timeframe, so a big win for me since I'm very busy.
Retired Correction Sgt at Green Haven State Prison
We were fortunate to get free passes, via the Internet Web Site.However, I personally feel charging $10 a person for a Home Show is wrong.The Vendors pay in order to sell their products. We, as potential customers should not have to pay.To put it in perspective, it's like paying $10 a customer to shop at Home Depot.If we had to pay, we would not have gone. And believe me, I'm sure you lost a lot of people for that reason.
The load in process is easy enough, but you can't keep your car in the loading dock area and have to pay for parking in the lot. If you have multiple items to load in I would suggest your bring your own dolly or cart for easy access.