On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 18 and 19, the 2021 Semi-Annual Fall Home & Garden Show will return to the Caloosa Sound Convention Center, adjacent to the Luminary Hotel, in downtown Fort Myers. Last fall the Home & Garden Show was the first public event to be held at the new event center in downtown Fort Myers.
“We are very excited to be returning to the Caloosa Sound Convention Center,” said Bill Anderson, president of Expo Management that produces the Home & Garden Show. “Last year’s show was a wonderful experience for our vendors and attendees and this year’s show will be even bigger and better.”
Now in its 25th year, the semi-annual Home & Garden Show features more than 110 local and regional companies that display and present products and services to homeowners. The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Jim Parks from HGTV will serve as celebrity guest and will give three entertaining and educational seminars each day featuring “Update your Kitchen and Bathroom,” “I Need Curb Appeal” and “Change My Living Space.”
Attendees can experience the newest in-home improvement products and services inside and out from furnishings, accessories, decorating and remodeling ideas to landscaping and more. Hourly drawings and door prizes will also be given away.
“I don’t do any other advertising except this Home & Garden show. Other than this show, it’s word of mouth,” said Recolor Your Grout President Mike Stracuzza.
Stracuzza started his business in his garage 27 years ago and now sells his grout sealer all over the world. Recolor Your Grout is a color sealer that can change grout color to any other shade and makes tile floors look brand new, will never discolor and is guaranteed for life.
“This is the perfect event for current and future homeowners to gain information and learn about products and services for their residences,” Anderson said.
Expo Management Inc. was established in Fort Myers in 1987. The company has successfully produced 563 events over the past 34 years. In 2021, they will operate 19 events in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee.