After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, The Flint Home & Garden Expo is thrilled to be back thriving with all it has to offer.
New owner, Tim Look, brings new energy and ideas to build and improve a long-running event that benefits businesses and consumers alike.
“I look forward to meeting and working with businesses throughout Central Michigan in one event under one roof,” said Look. “I never tire of seeing customers benefit from the goods and services offered by businesses in our region. Mid-Michigan has some of the best businesses, new and old, in the state.
This year, consumers can expect to see new products and services added by companies and will be able to talk about them face to face.
Some of the categories for this year’s event include: Landscaping, Roofing, Lawn Care, Painting, Solar, Heating and Cooling, Home Design, Furniture, flooring, financing, windows, patio fencing and more.
Look, owner of Frozen in Time Estate Sales, has purchased the rights to the show (formerly known as Spring Home and Garden Show) and will bring it back after a two-year hiatus as Flint Home and Garden Expo. He said the show came to him with a good foundation, which he said he hopes to build on and improve upon.
The date for this year’s event is April 2-3 and it will be held at the Dort Financial Center, 3501 Lapeer Rd., Flint. Admission is $5 and parking is free.