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Fischer Homes Builds 2013 Indy Home Show Centerpiece Home

Fischer Homes returns to the Home Show as the 2013 Centerpiece Home builder!


Designed and fully-constructed by the Fischer Homes team, the 2013 Centerpiece Home will be built entirely inside Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Fischer Homes will be showcasing its Nottoway design as the Centerpiece Home with a French Country elevation. The home starts at 4,190 square feet, excluding the basement. The Nottoway 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.


“Fischer Homes is proud to be back building the Centerpiece Home at the Indianapolis Home Show,” said Stephen Whaley, corporate marketing manager for Fischer Homes. “This year’s home will showcase a Grand Estates Custom offering, which provides both a level of luxury and a scale beyond anything we have shown before. We are consistently focused on improving the design and livability of our homes. Home Show attendees will experience this firsthand in the Centerpiece Home as well as see it in other design elements represented at the Home Show.”


Since 1980, Fischer Homes has been building homes and delivering an exceptional customer experience in neighborhoods throughout Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. In 2009, Fischer Homes brought a fresh new look to Indianapolis with their designs, streetscapes and stylized exteriors. They are now building in more than 29 locations in Carmel, Geist, Fishers, McCordsville, Zionsville, Westfield, Noblesville, Avon, Center Grove and Greenwood. The company doubled its sales from 2010 to 2011 and has again doubled its sales in 2012.


“Our focus is on continuing to build great value for our customers while maintaining beautiful communities and streetscapes,” said Brad Kriner, Indianapolis division manager for Fischer Homes. “Fischer Homes’ commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is evident in our 99.6% customer satisfaction rating in Indianapolis.”


Interior designer Joy Perkins from Touch of Class will work with Christine Robbins of the Fischer Homes team in decorating the Centerpiece Home to showcase a variety of options for customizing the home interior. She plans to use a “Rustic Luxe” theme throughout the home.


“I want to use a variety of vintage items, antiques, barn items and a blend of woods,” Perkins said. “Rustic luxury is the biggest rage in the industry, and I’m very intrigued with what I can create with the French Country elevation of the Centerpiece Home and that being mimicked on the interior for an overall French European feel.” Landscaping comes courtesy of William H. Brown Landscaping in Zionsville.


Watch for updates on the Centerpiece Home blog, “An Inside Look,” at indycenterpiecehome.com.


The 2013 Indianapolis Home Show opens Friday, Jan. 25, and continues through Sunday, Feb. 3. Admission is $13 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 12 and free for children 5 and younger.


For more information, call 317-705-8719 or visit the Indianapolis Home Show website at www.IndianapolisHomeShow.com.


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Two for One: Home Show, Home & Flower Show Combine!

This year, the Indianapolis Home Show will combine with its companion show, the Indianapolis Home & Flower Show, for attendees to visit two great shows at one price!

Celebrating its 90th anniversary, the 10-day Indianapolis Home Show is the nation’s oldest and the Midwest’s largest home-focused extravaganza at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Since the Home Show was founded in 1922, it has become a tradition within the community, offering generation after generation the best in home products, decorating, construction and remodeling ideas. It is the largest consumer home event in Indiana, attracting crowds of homeowners primarily interested in home improvements and renovations.

And now the show is bigger and better than ever, offering those attendees primarily interested in gardens and outdoor living their own feature areas. An additional building in the South Pavilion will offer 25,000 square feet devoted to landscaping and gardening, with more than 20 lavish, landscaped feature gardens. From lovely lilies and ravishing roses to dazzling dahlias and jazzy jasmines, the gardens will offer a grandeur of greenery.

“We’re very excited to combine the Indianapolis Home Show with the Home & Flower Show,” Keller said. “With the excitement of the Super Bowl coming to Indianapolis at the beginning of February, we didn’t want residents to miss out on all the Home & Flower Show has to offer. Combining the two shows will cater to Indianapolis area residents’ continuous desire to learn, compare and shop for products and services for their homes and gardens. And the added bonus is they can visit two jam-packed shows in one location at one great price.”

The Indianapolis Home Show opens Friday, Jan. 20, and continues through Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012. Admission is $13 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 12 and free for children 5 and younger.

For more information, call 317-705-8719 or visit the Indianapolis Home Show website at www.IndianapolisHomeShow.com.


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Fischer Homes Unveils Home Show Centerpiece Home

(drum roll please) Here is the updated and final version color rendering of what the Centerpiece Home will look like from Fischer Homes!

And get ready to see the Centerpiece Home at the 90th Annual Indianapolis Home Show!!


WHEN: 10 days: Friday, January 20 through Sunday, January 29, 2012


TICKETS:     $13 – Adult      $3 – Children ages 6-12      FREE – Children 5 and under

Fridays                           1/20, 1/27      11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturdays                      1/21, 1/28       9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday                            1/22                10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday                            1/29                10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday-Thursday         1/23 – 1/26    11 a.m. – 9 p.m.



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