Fall Home & Remodeling Show Announces Advance Tickets Availability

Sept. 4, 2013

Advance tickets for the 23rd Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show, presented by Kohl’s Floor Covering, are available now through Thurs., Sept. 19, at locations throughout the Milwaukee area.

The Show will be held Fri., Sept. 20, through Sun., Sept. 22, in the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State Fair Park in West Allis. Sponsored by the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource for more than 52 years, this year’s Show theme is “Destination: Renovation.”

Advance tickets are $4.00 and can be purchased at the following locations:

Milwaukee/NARI Office
11815 W. Dearbourn Ave. • Wauwatosa

Advanced Communication Specialists
W238 N1690 Rockwood Dr., #100 • Waukesha

All American Window & Door Co.
N112 W14880 Mequon Rd. • Germantown

Allrite Home & Remodeling
6438 W. Mill Rd. • Milwaukee

B & E General Contractors
6001 N. Green Bay Rd. • Glendale

Burback Builders
W185 S8095 Racine Ave. • Muskego

Callen Construction
S63 W13131 Janesville Rd. • Muskego

1st Choice Heating & Cooling
S30 W24698 Sunset Dr. • Waukesha

S.J. Janis Company
11501 W. North Ave. • Wauwatosa

Kerns Carpet One
7828 W. Layton Ave. • Greenfield
19655 W. Bluemound Rd. • Brookfield
8643 N. Port Washington Rd. • Fox Point

Nustone Transformations
N173 W21130 Northwest Passage • Jackson

Oak Creek Plumbing, Inc.
640 E. Ryan Rd. • Oak Creek

Owner Assisted Remodeling
13390 Watertown Plank Rd. • Elm Grove

Pro-Cast
3313 N. 124th St. • Brookfield

ProSource of Milwaukee
6615 W. Mill Rd. • Milwaukee
9620 S. Franklin Dr. • Franklin

Proud Precision Painters
2825 N. Mayfair Road, Ste. #2 • Wauwatosa

Ron Sonntag Public Relations
9406 N. 107th St. • Milwaukee

Royal Chimney Service
11815 W. Dearbourn Ave. • Wauwatosa

Schoenwalder Plumbing
1600 Paramount Dr. • Waukesha

Stone Oak Landscapes
1930 E. Norse Ave. • Cudahy

The Show will feature daily educational presentations and demonstration by home improvement specialists in the Design Gallery, an area at the Show that will feature designers doing room design computer presentations, along with Milwaukee/NARI members conducting 30-minute presentations on a variety of home improvement and remodeling topics during the run of the Show.

The Fall Show will also have chefs preparing their favorite recipes on the Mukwonago Remodeling and Bliffert Lumber Culinary Kitchen Stage presented by Oldies 95.7 WRIT-FM, with Chef Chris Koetke, presented by TODAY’S TMJ4, from “Lets Dish” on the Live Well Network as this year’s special guest, with appearances on Sat., Sept. 21 and Sun., Sept. 22.

Nearly 300 booth spaces in the Wisconsin Exposition Center will feature providers of home improvement and remodeling products and services, including design/build, kitchens, decks, cabinets, windows, wall covering, bathrooms, lighting, landscaping, roofing, painting, fireplaces, and more.

Special attractions at the event will include the “Future Trends” display, the Milwaukee/NARI Resource Center, a 50/50 cash raffle presented by the Milwaukee/NARI Foundation. Inc., garden and landscape displays, the Harley-Davidson Museum vintage photography and motorcycle display, a Kids Zone, and much more.

Hours on Fri., Sept. 20 and Sat., Sept. 21 are 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., and Sun., Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission is $4 in advance, and $7 at the door. Tickets for seniors, 60 and older, are $5.00, with a special price of $4.00 for seniors at the door on Fri., Sept. 20 for Callen Construction Senior Day. Children 12 and younger are admitted at no charge.

For more information on the Fall Home & Remodeling Show, visit www.milwaukeenari.org or call the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council at 414-771-4071.

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