PLYMOUTH — The newly-formed Builders Association of North Central Indiana is holding a home and outdoor show April 24 and 25 in Plymouth.
The home show will be held at The Zone Sports Complex of Northern Indiana, located at 2923 VanVactor Drive in Plymouth. Much like the BANCI Home and Outdoor Show in Warsaw, this year’s show offers the perfect opportunity to see what exciting new products area exhibitors have to offer.
Attendees will be able to speak with experts and experienced consultants in a variety of industries, all under one roof. Food and refreshments will make this a fun event for the entire family. Register to win many prizes and giveaways while taking advantage of special pricing and other show incentives offered by many exhibitors. There is still time to be one of those exhibitors. Contact the BANCI at (574) 267-6125 for more details.
Additionally, attendees can expect to find various vendors, including builders, contractors, different service providers like HVAC and security firms, plumbers, furniture retailers and specialists in flooring, countertops and window replacement. Outdoor equipment dealers are planned for an outdoor display featuring lawn equipment and heavy equipment.
The Zone Sports Complex is perfectly sized to meet health guidelines and the Builders Association has been working with the Marshall County Health Department to ensure there will be plenty of space for personal distancing. The show will have wide aisles and hand sanitizer will be available.
Safe-Way Door is the sponsor for the 2021 Home and Outdoor Show.
General admission is $5 per person, and kids 12 and under are admitted for free. The show runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 24; and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 25.
For the latest information and to learn of any changes to the show, visit www.buildnci.com. If interested in being an exhibitor at the show, there is still time to register. BANCI membership is not required. Contact the association at (574) 267-6125.
The former Builders Association of Kosciusko-Fulton Counties has grown and includes Marshall County to form the Builders Association of North Central Indiana.