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Madison Hosts Third Annual Home Show at Larger Venue


MADISON, NJ - Spring is in the air and home improvements are at the top of many borough residents "To-Do" list. Benefiting local consumers, the Madison Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its third annual Home Show Expo on Saturday, April 22 from 9:00a.m.-3:00p.m. at The Madison Junior School (MJS) located at 160 Main Street. 

The expo was held at the Madison Community House the last two years but because of added vendor interest for 2017 the event has moved to MJS, a larger locale.  

The  Madison Home Show Expo will gather local contractors and home professionals under one roof who will be displaying products and explaining their services for homeowners looking to renovate, decorate, or enhance the appearance and value of their homes. 

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“Whether you’ve been in your home for years or just moved in, the Home Expo is a one-stop shop for all your home improvement needs!  Get advice from professionals right here in your backyard.” said Karen Giambra, executive director of the Madison Chamber of Commerce. "The show's participating contractors are intent on helping consumers make their homes more beautiful, safe and energy efficient."

The major sponsors for the event are PipeWorks Services, 33 River Rd., Chatham, Jaeger Lumber, 133 Main St., Madison Kitts & Co., 6 Main St. Madison, and Lakeland Bank, 265 Main St. Madison. 

“Lakeland is pleased to be a sponsor for the Madison Home Show Expo again this year,” said Thomas Shara, president and CEO of Lakeland Bank. “As a community bank, we understand the importance of supporting local events like this which help build vibrant neighborhoods and bring people in a community together.”

"Jaeger Lumber wanted to be sure to sponsor this event since we have long been the primary building material supplier in town". said Jaeger Lumber owner Bryan Jaeger.  "We also have the displays, personnel and literature to best serve those looking to tackle a home improvement project.  Jaeger Lumber has always been proud of making a dream into a project, and then into reality."

In addition to key sponsors, vendor participants will include:  Monk's Kitchen & Bath Design & Home Improvements, 1095 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown; ReUpholstery & Restoration, 2 Central Ave., Cramers Carpet One Floor & Home, 73 Main St., The Oldendorp Group/Keller Williams, 488 Springfield Ave., Summit; Green House Solar, Madison, Power Home Remodeling Group and Renewal by Anderson. 

The show will also feature a hydroponic garden system distributor.  The Chamber is still welcoming exhibitors. 

"I think it is important that the attendees of this show have the confidence that when it comes down to a home improvement project the businesses in their own town will be their best resources." said Jaeger.

The event is free of charge and open to the public.  No pre-registration for consumers is required. 

For information or an application to be a vendor at the Home Show please contact Karen Giambra at 973-377-7830 or by email at MadisonChamber@gmail.com



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