Give two green thumbs up for the Indianapolis Home Show with a special discount on tickets!
Go here and get $2 off the adult ticket price of $13. And if you enter the promotion code “Coles,” you’ll get $4 off! Get your tickets TODAY!
The Indianapolis Home Show opens this Friday and is paying tribute to our area heroes! On Hero Day, Friday, Jan. 24, come honor all our local heroes and thank them for their service and sacrifice.
All active and retired military, police and fire personnel get free admission to the Home Show for the day. Just bring a valid ID, and enjoy the Home Show on opening day.
Major General R. Martin Umbarger will take part in the opening day ribbon cutting ceremony along with military veterans.
Major General Umbarger was appointed as The Adjutant General of Indiana in 2004, reappointed by Gov. Mitch Daniels, and then reappointed by Gov. Mike Pence on Dec. 13, 2012. As The Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Umbarger’s primary focus is to lead the Indiana Army and Air National Guard, the Indiana Guard Reserve and state employees, all totaling more than 15,500 personnel.
The Indianapolis Home Show runs Friday, Jan. 24 through Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014.
The Indianapolis Home Show is the nation’s oldest and the Midwest’s largest home-focused extravaganza with more than 900 exhibits. Now in its 92nd year, the Home Show offers thousands of products as well as decorating, construction and remodeling ideas for visitors to gather and compare.
And inside Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds will be the Centerpiece Home, designed and fully constructed by the Fischer Homes team! Always a popular attraction at the show, the Centerpiece Home is a look at the hottest new lifestyle and home building trends.
Check out this time lapse video of the building in progress, courtesy of Fischer Homes! Watch the Fischer Homes team work together to build and craft all the details of this spectacular home in less than a month.
Then, come check out the Centerpiece Home in person at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The 2014 Indianapolis Home Show runs Friday, January 24 through Sunday, February 2, 2014!Edit this post
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The Indianapolis Home Show is the nation’s oldest and the Midwest’s largest home-focused extravaganza with more than 900 exhibits. Now in its 92nd year, the Indianapolis Home Show offers thousands of products as well as decorating, construction and remodeling ideas for visitors to gather and compare.
The Indianapolis Home Show presented by Xfinity opens Friday, Jan. 24, and continues through Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014.
Inside Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds will be the Centerpiece Home, designed and fully constructed by the Fischer Homes team! Fischer Homes will be showcasing its Marshall design with a French Manor elevation. The home has more than 4,100 square feet, excluding the basement. The Marshall design being constructed at the Home Show will have four bedrooms and three and a half baths located on the main two levels of the home.
Want to get a sneak peek at what’s going on inside the Centerpiece Home as its being designed and built? Follow the blog “An Inside Look” at indycenterpiecehome.com for the design and décor details from inside the Centerpiece Home, and share with others in the weeks leading up to the 2014 Indianapolis Home Show.
Plus, the Home Show has something for everyone! You can learn about design and home improvement trends or what’s new for landscaping and interior design. There’s even a special Marketplace Pavilion during the Home Show’s first weekend to enjoy a variety of art and specialty items. See all the 2014 Home Show has in store here!
So, could Indianapolis Home Show tickets be an excellent gift to give when you’re home for the holidays? YES! Oh, and don’t wait to buy tickets at the door — buy tickets online and save.
Go here and get $2 off the adult ticket price of $13. And if you enter the promotion code “Coles,” you’ll get $4 off. Get your tickets TODAY!Edit this post
The Indianapolis Home Show has been around since 1922. For years, it has been known as the nation’s oldest and the Midwest’s largest consumer home show of its kind.
The Home Show has been a Coles client for 28 years, making it our longest-standing client relationship. And it’s one we look forward to building up each year!
The 2014 show will be the 92nd annual Indianapolis Home Show, continuing a tradition of offering the best in home products, decorating, construction and remodeling ideas for visitors to gather and compare.
This year, Laura Groninger will construct her own view. She leads the way as the new show manager, replacing Brent Keller, who was promoted to regional vice president at Marketplace Events, producer of the Indianapolis Home Show. Laura is one of just six individuals to hold the position of show manager in the show’s history.
Most recently, Laura was senior director of corporate accounts for the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. She also worked as advertising director for Indianapolis Monthly Magazine for 10 years, where she established relationships in the builder, home remodeling and interior design communities. In addition, as an account executive with The Indianapolis Star, Laura succeeded in reaching the highest revenue gain year over year for three years.
“Laura is a great addition to the Marketplace Events team,” Brent said. “She has a wealth of experience in both sales and marketing, and she has already established a network of experts within the home builder and design industries. Laura will make sure the Indianapolis Home Show continues its success and growth in the future.”
Mark your calendar, and brace yourself for the 2014 Indianapolis Home Show, scheduled for Friday, Jan. 24 through Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014.
Get ready to “renew, refresh and restore.” For more information, visit the Indianapolis Home Show website at www.IndianapolisHomeShow.com.Edit this post