Southern Green Living Expo Announces Merger With The WNC Home Lawn & Garden Show

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The Southern Green Living Expo announces it will move to March 21-23, 2014, but remain in downtown Asheville, NC at the U.S. Cellular Center.

Asheville Green Living Show

The annual Southern Green Living Expo announced a merger today. The event will now be held March 21-23, 2014 and will be held in conjunction with the 2014 WNC Home, Lawn and Garden show. The show will take place at the U.S. Cellular Center in downtown Asheville.

The merger of these two shows will create a higher level of green awareness for the general public. In addition, this date change will increase exposure and maximize benefits for both exhibitors and attendees. As a premier show in its 39th year in Asheville, The WNC Home Lawn & Garden Show receives thousands of attendees, providing the ability for green exhibitors to reach more of the mainstream population.

A new name will accompany the date change. The 2 shows will now be referred to as the WNC Home, Garden and Green Living Show, with a new look and website to unveiled in the next couple of weeks. “Exhibitors and attendees can expect a great show. Studies prove consumers are more likely to attend shows like this in the springtime, and we feel strongly that many of the events planned will better suit the March date,” producer of the show, Tim Alexander. “The City of Asheville is a partner in the show, and the show features events such as an extensive workshop schedule, local food court and test drive of eco-friendly transportation.”

The WNC Home, Garden and Green Living Show will feature products and services the home, garden and an eco-friendly lifestyle. This family-friendly show will remain a coveted Asheville, North Carolina event, providing a place to showcase local and regional businesses, nonprofit organizations, artists, and cutting-edge products.

The show is presented by Peak Productions LLC. For more information about the show, contact Peak Productions at 828.255.2526 for more information.

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