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2011 Minneapolis Home & Garden Show


We are all set up at the 2011 Minneapolis Home & Garden show.  This year looks to be a Great show.  So much to see and do this year.   Ty Pennington of ABC's Extreme Makeover has a special selection of products. Also You should check out the Innovation Avenue that has some of the most cutting edge products for your home. 
Do you have questions about Building a new garage or room addition?  Here is your oppertunite to talk with us about your project.   Get a ball park price or maybe some design sugetions.  You can also set up Free Consulations and get Free Estimate.  
The Mpls Home & Garden Show stands out as the ONLY place for you to experience what exactly is completely new in Home Building, Landscaping, Remodeling, Home Decor, Room Additions, plus much more! You'll have the opportunity to meet more than,thousand specialists along with several thousand services and products



Home & Garden Show

March 2-6th, 2011



Wed Mar 2 - 12:00pm-9:00pm
Thu Mar 3 - 10:00am-9:00pm 
Fri Mar 4 - 10:00am-9:00pm
Sat Mar 5 - 9:00am-10:00pm
Sun Mar 6 - 9:00am-6:00pm



Offer Valid off Full Price ($13)


Adults: $13 ($10 when purchased online)
Children: 6-12 Years old: $4
Children: Ages 5 & Under: FREE 
(Single tickets valid for 1 day)

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