The Truro Home and Outdoor Show has announced it will be partnering with Nova Scotia Power for its highly anticipated 2024 edition. Again this spring, The Rath Eastlink Community Centre will be transformed into this key event that brings together the local leaders in home building, renovation, energy-efficiency, and DIY, along with exhibitors to promote the outdoor and recreational lifestyle. The planning process is well underway for this show set for April 19-21.
“Nova Scotia Power’s passion and drive for creating a more energy efficient life for Nova Scotians is the exact inspiration this show needs.” says Sean Miller, Show Manager. “This partnership has already elevated the show on so many levels and we’re confident the community is going to benefit greatly from their expertise.”
New this year, the event will include a Clean Energy Spotlight for visitors to learn how to become more environmentally energy-efficient in cost effective ways. With spotlights on solar panels, windmills, energy efficient heat pumps, electric vehicles and bikes, and more – this addition will make it easy for visitors to find ways to cut the cost of powering their lives.
“We are so pleased to expand our support of Home Shows across the province. Events like these are great opportunities to highlight the innovative work being done by organizations and businesses throughout the province. Attendees can learn more about these solutions, and how we can all do our part on creating a cleaner future. We’re looking forward to an educational and inspiring Home Show season,” says Lia MacDonald VP Customer Experience and Innovation Nova Scotia Power.
Booth spaces are available now! The 2024 show website is now live at http://www.trurohomeshow.ca/exhibit. Those interested in exhibiting at the show are encouraged to contact show management to purchase their space today.
ADDITIONAL SHOW INFORMATION:
Friday, April 19
12 noon – 6:00 pm
Saturday, April 20
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, April 21
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Rath Eastlink Community Centre
625 Abenaki Road
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