Galway Future Homes & Building Exhibition was storming success

Despite the bad weather the Galway Future Homes & Building Exhibition was a success last weekend at Leisureland, Salthill, where visitors arrived with their house plans and met the professionals with the expert advice for building, extend or renovate the home.

Leisureland was an ideal venue to host the Future Homes & Building Exhibition where exhibitors and visitors were happy with the show as it was an excellent way to view the latest products and services available relating to every aspect to the house and home. It was a chance to thoroughly explore the items and services with trade professionals who had vital first hand knowledge to share. There were lots of bargains, including special discounts on offer by most exhibitors every day.

There were lots of prizes given away over the weekend of the show including a door prize of Boru Fiachra 6K W Stove value €695 kindly sponsored by Matthew Fireplaces, Briarhill Business Park, Ballybrit, Galway which was won by Anthony Connelly, Meenish, Carna, Co. Galway. The prize winners of the Galway Bay FM radio competitions of a dream bedroom makeover to the value of €500 sponsored G Furniture and Carpets, Northpoint, Tuam Road Galway was won by Bernie Davis, 55 Tullyvoheen, Clifton, Co. Galway and the winner of the 2 nights B&B plus an evening meal in JG restaurant sponsored by McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, Co. Mayo was won by Sandra Duffy, Moyville, Oranmore, Co. Galway. The Clare FM radio competition of a maple table and 6 chairs value €450 sponsored by Finns Department Store, Crowe Street, Gort Co. Galway was won by Paddy Bulger, Mount Shannon, Co. Clare.

Modern Homes Exhibitions strives to meet the needs and wants of the house builder, home owner and anyone looking to improve their home. They will be back in Galway in 2011 with the Galway Modern Homes & Building Exhibition on 1st 2nd & 3rd April in Leisureland, Salthill. For further enquiries phone 058 48633 or www.modernhomes.ie

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