Concord, CA, March 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The largest Home and Garden Show in Contra Costa County, the Contra Costa Home & Garden's 27th Annual Spring Show, features over 400 exhibits by local retailers, distributors and manufacturers, in one massive Sleep Train Pavilion located at 2000 Kirker Pass Rd, Concord, CA. The Sleep Train Pavilion, formerly known as the Concord Pavilion, is an outdoor concert venue located in the hills of Concord. From concerts to high school graduations, it hosts various events. With a seating capacity of 12,500, it is the largest home show venue in Contra Costa County.
Mid April, consumers should be able to find solutions for the inside of their home with appliances, floor coverings, household cleaning supplies, kitchen & bathroom renovations, tile, heating and air conditioning, and alarm systems. Consumer's outdoor projects could really come to life with California Homepro's Thermomax Windows, patios, exterior coating, roofing, patio covers and Belgard pavers. This show gives consumers information on vinyl siding, remodeling additions, landscaping, spas and pools, outdoor furniture, decking and playground systems. Consumers should find everything they will need to improve their Home and Garden in one location.
Adults should be ready to pay a $6 admission fee and kids 12 and under are free. Also be ready for a Pavilion Parking fee of $6. Consumers can find $2 admission coupons available in various newspapers. Free $6 gift cards for Bill's Ace Hardware will be given at the door to the first 300 admissions each day of the show. Consumers can visit California Homepro's booth as they enter the event to get a complimentary 27th Annual Spring Home and Garden Show signature bag by Duane Kuiper of the San Francisco Giants.
Directions to the event from the North and the East Bay involve taking highway 580 from the Bay Bridge going east to highway 24 and following highway 24 toward Walnut Creek. Take Highway 680 north and at the first exit take the Ygnacio Valley Road exit and turn right. Follow Ygnacio Valley Road for 8.5 miles and the Sleep train Pavilion will be on your right.
Coming from the South Bay take highway 680 north to Walnut Creek and exit Ygnacio Valley Road and turn right. Follow Ygnacio Valley Road for 8.5 miles and the Sleep train Pavilion will be on your right.