MARCH 24, 25, & 26, 2017
Carlson Center – Fairbanks, Alaska
The 2016 IABA Home Show took place April 1-3 and had over 140 vendors, informative seminars, and a wonderful theme – Alaska Built™ Whoville with all sorts of Dr. Seuss fun! The show’s continued success attracts statewide and nationwide businesses alike. Over 140 different vendors participated in the 2016 show and over 5000 people attended the event.
The Interior Alaska Building Association’s Home Show has become a major community event for people interested in every aspect of northern living. It is the only home show in Fairbanks and has become the unofficial kick off to spring and the building season in our community. From financing to new construction to remodeling to refurnishing…it’s all there in one location on one floor with lots of free parking. There are free seminars all weekend with tips and advice on improving your home and saving you money!
The 2017 IABA HOME SHOW will be an excellent chance for vendors to market goods to a wide cross section of our community. You won’t want to miss this once-a-year opportunity to be part of the excitement, profit, and fun. The theme for 2017 will be “Follow The Yellow Brick Road” and we are excited to see what kind of Wizard of Oz fun the vendors put together.
It will take place at the Carlson Center, the interiors premier location for trade shows. 43,000 sq. ft. of available space laid out in single 10×10 spaces and multi spaces.
This will be the 32nd annual event and will take place on April 1-3, 2016. A great time to start planning a summer project, and a great place to highlight your business to the project minded section of Fairbanks.
The IABA HOME SHOW’s continued and growing success is due to the quality of the vendors and the home related merchandise that is available at the event. To insure growth in this direction preference for new vendors will be given to businesses that are directly related to the home and home building.
$7,000 will be spent on advertising The IABA HOME SHOW. All three medias will be used, TV, Radio, and the newspaper. In addition there will be media co-sponsors to the event that will raise our advertising budget to well over $10,000.
Seminars and hands on demonstrations take place throughout the weekend. From home loans to how to build an energy rated home. If your company has a topic or demonstration to present time slots may be requested by contacting KO Productions at least a month prior to the show.
The IABA HOME SHOW is sponsored by the Interior Alaska Building Association. Proceeds from the event go to support this nonprofit agency whose mission is to promote safe, durable and affordable housing while coordinating all fields related to the building industry for the benefit of our community and the industry as a whole.
The cost for a 10’x10′ booth is $700 and includes pipe and drape partitions, chairs and two electrical outlets. A discount is given for multi space purchase (over 4 spaces). We do take Visa and MasterCard.
Interior Alaska Building Association Members receive a $100 discount off of the total amount due. For information on membership contact the IABA office at 455-6650.
Upon receiving your registration we will email or mail space confirmation and an invoice with a request for $50 non-refundable deposit. All IABA members receive a $100 discount ($50 pioneer room spaces) off of total amount due. For information on membership contact IABA at 455-6650.
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Bulk Space –
You must call to reserve a time slot for Wed. move in.
Wed, Mar. 22 – 8am to 5pm
Bulk and Single Space
Thur, Mar. 23 – 8 am to 7 pm
Bulk and Single Space –
Fri., Mar. 24 – 8 am to 2 pm
SHOW DATES & HOURS:
Fri., Mar. 24 – 2 pm to 8 pm
Sat., Mar. 25 – 10 am to 6 pm
Sun., Mar. 26 – 11am to 5pm
Sun., Mar. 26 – 5 pm to 11 pm
All displays must stay in place until 5pm
Move-out must be completed by 11pm Sunday, Mar. 26
1 10×10 = $700
2 10×10 = $700 ea
3 10×10 = $700 ea
4 10×10 = $525 ea
5 or more = $450 ea
8×8 in Pioneer Room = $400 ea
BOOTH SPACE RENTAL INCLUDES:
pipe & drape partitions, two chairs and two electrical outlets.