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Home and Fun Expo postponed until late May due to coronavirus

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At the request of the Utah Governor, due to the world situation with Coronavirus, and increasing exposure in Utah; we felt it necessary to adjust our Home & Fun Expo previously scheduled on April 17-18.

Government health experts have indicated that the pandemic should weaken as weather warms up. Most current public events have been postponed until at least May.

We chose to make this date shift to protect our vendors and visitors to the event from possible exposure to this virus.

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We take our responsibility to our vendors and our guests seriously and look forward to a safe and healthy event on our new dates.

We have selected Friday and Saturday, May 29-30 as our new exciting expo date. Please adjust your calendars accordingly.

The event is a unique extravaganza—unmatched in Utah County.

It provides exhibiting companies to meet face-to-face to build relationships and establish trust with visitors to the show.

Guests enjoy learning of new products and services in a relaxed, friendly, under-one-roof atmosphere.

This method of direct marketing is low cost and effective. Many exhibitors to the event can expect to reach more people in two days than can be reached in two months of traditional marketing.

A sampling of vendors enrolled in the Home & Fun Expo: bathrooms, mortuary, estate planning, insurance, flooring, window and doors, construction, health care, eyecare, mattresses, solar panels, vacuums, sewing machines, heating and air, storage sheds, garage flooring, cellular services, boats, recreation vehicles and a family photo booth. Plus, many more. (Serve Daily submission.)

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